Nigeria are through to the round of sixteen of the continuous FIFA Women’s World Cup in France after Chile could just deal with a 2-0 win against Thailand in a Group F conflict at Roazhon Park, Rennes on Thursday night.
In spite of the fact that the South Americans completed with three points, they have a sub-par objective contrast of – 3, contrasted with the Super Falcons’ – 2.
In the positioning of the four best third-put groups from the six gatherings, the Thomas Dennerby-drove side completed fourth which was sufficient to oversee them to the last 16.
Nigeria would have qualified before Chile and Thailand took to the pitch however Cameroon’s Ajara Nchout scored in the fifth moment of second half stoppage time and their patient cat-and-mouse game needed to proceed.
This is the second time in history the Super Falcons have achieved the knockout rounds of the World Cup and the first in twenty years.
The Africa champions will face Group B victors, Germany at the Stade des Alpes, Grenoble on Saturday, June 22.