England’s Barclays Women’s Super League has paid a sweet tribute to Plumptre and her teammates for securing their seat at the 2023 Women’s World Cup. This comes just after FIFA confirmed their qualification.
Leicester player Plumptre, who was injured, returned from treating the injury to help the Super Falcons secure their ticket to the Women’s World Cup, considering how angry she was at her teammates when she lost to Bayana Bayana from South Africa. She seems happy with her recent qualification sealed by Rasheedat Ajibade, who needed the ball in after receiving a pass from Onumonu in the 58th minute.
An excited Plumptre is ready to help her team in Monday’s semifinals where they will face Morocco.
And on the Falcons’ World Cup qualification, English women’s premier league organizers tweeted: “Ashleigh Plumptre and the Super Falcons have booked their place at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.”
Our prayers are with the girls. Go Super Falcons!