Nigeria’s Women’s World Cup campaign has quickly come to the make of bust juncture, with the Super Falcons three points short of keeping hopes of a place in the second round alive heading into game two in group A.
For Thomas Dennerby, South Korea represents the Wall that must fall for the Falcons to rise, otherwise the girls will be catching an early flight home – and they know.
This perhaps could be the motivation needed to keep fighting as the Coach implied after the 3-0 loss against Norway… but, there’s also pressure to deal with says former Super Eagles forward Victor Agali.
Climbing up from a defeat in the first game of a cup competition is a big ask Agali told brila.net.
Nonetheless he left some words of courage, ” I Hope they can manage, I wish them all the best because right now they’re in a tight spot.”
South Korea, by the way also have need for maximum points to equally keep their campaign alive after suffering a 4-0 opening day defeat to France.
Both sides clash later Today at the Stade des Alpes in Grenoble.