Falcons’ Best Yet To Come, Says Okobi

Ngozi Okobi who was voted the Most Valuable Player, MVP, in Super Falcons’ 4-2 defeat of Ivory Coast at the on going Africa Women Championship, AWC, says the best of the team is yet to come.
“I was overwhelmed when I was named the Most Valuable Player and I dedicate the award to my family”
“What we played against Cote d’Ivoire is just a tip of the iceberg as Super Falcons are capable of doing greater things in this championship. “We always knew the Ivoirians who eliminated the 2012 champions Equatorial Guinea will be tough so we took them seriously.
“In the next game we will see a different Falcons. We shall play better now that we have navigated our opening game successfully. Out target is to reclaim the title and we are here to give our best to achieve that”, Okobi stated.
The Super Falcons scored through Esther Sunday and Desire Oparanozie (a brace), while the Ivorians scored an own goal to give Nigeria four goals, while Fatou Culibaly Tiegnou scored one of their goals against Nigeria.
Speaking after the match Nigeria’s coach Edwin Okon said the Ivorians gave the Falcons a good game, noting that they never played under pressure.
He said that winning the cup is not negotiable and that the Super Falcons will continue to improve.

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