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FIFA UNDER 20 WOMEN'S WORLD CUP: FALCONET PLAYS CHINA TODAY

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The FIFA under 20 Women's World cup continues yesterday and four countries are through to the next round which is the quarterfinals of the tournament why four countries have been sent back home.



The countries that proceeded to the quarterfinals are Korea Republic which proceeded to the next round after defeating the Almighty Brazil team by 2:1, also the hosting country France proceeded to the second round after walloping Netherlands by 4:0 , though Netherlands lost her last match to France but the country still ended as the group runner up, and England are through to the next round too.

Today, the super falconet of Nigeria will be playing a decisive match against their China counterpart and a win or draw in today match will see the falconet through to quarterfinals, the falconet match against China will be played at 3:30pm Nigeria time. Germany is leading Group D by 6 points, while Nigeria and China are in second and third position respectively with 3 points each, but the falconet has edge in terms of goal difference.

Other matches today are USA against Spain, the match that will determine Group C leader and runner up and Japan will be taking on Paraguay in their last match of the tournament, both matches will be played by 12:30 pm concomitantly. Also, Group D leader Germany will be facing Haiti in Group D last match by 3:30pm.

However, the Falconet coach, Christopher Danjuma has assured Nigerians that the falconet will play fantastically today which will see the team to the quarterfinals of the tournament.

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