Nigeria’s Super Falcons will face a daunting task of progressing to the Round of sixteen of the Women’s World Cup in France when they face Korea Republic at the Stade des Alpes in Grenoble, today.
Falcon’s vice-captain Asisat Oshoala urged her teammates to remain focused ahead of the crunch clash.
The Falcons were beaten three-nil in their opening match by Norway, and are aware that another defeat could be fatal to their hopes of progressing to the next round.
Korea Republic has never faced Nigeria at this level and they are without a win in their last four matches. Striker Jung Seolbin is aware of the threat the Falcons can pose.