The tie, between the two highly rated sides, is set to take place at the Stade Mohammed V, Casablanca, Morocco
Browsing: Banyana Banyana
Banyana Banyana’s Linda Motlhalo kept her cool to convert the kick in the fourth minute of final added time.
This followed the quarter-final pairings that emerged on Sunday night after the Super Falcons bumped Burundi.
The Banyana Banyana of South Africa produced a dominant performance to advance from Group C with one game left.
In the process, the Super Falcons rose to second place in Group C behind soar-away leaders South Africa who defeated them in the first match
The result was similar to that of 2018 WAFCON where Banyana Banyana pipped the Falcons 1-0 in their opening game.
The CAF team that will form part of the build-ups and commentary for all matches includes renowned former Indomitable Lionesses’ captain Christine Manie (Cameroon), former Banyana Banyana (South Africa) international and captain Amanda Dlamini, former Super Falcons (Nigeria) goalkeeper Rachael Ayegba, and former Carthage Eagles (Tunisia) Haifa Guedri.
The match, played at the Mobolaji Johnson Arena, Lagos, saw the two top teams in women’s football on the African continent at the moment face off in what was an explosive battle.
The team assembled at the SAFA Technical Centre (Fun Valley) on Sunday, 5th September 2021 and is expected to depart for Nigeria on Sunday, 12th September 2021 where they will be joined by their overseas-based players.
Time difference meant the game started 2am Thursday in Nigeria.
President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated the Super Falcons on their victory over the Banyana Banyanya of South Africa on Saturday at the just ended Awcon 2018 championship.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria proved unbeatable once more as they overcame a stubborn South African Banyana Banyana squad on penalties after a scoreless 120 minutes to retain their Africa Women Cup of Nations title in Accra on Saturday.
Former Super Eagles Coach, Christian Chukwu, says the Super Falcons deserve to win the 11th edition of African Women Cup of Nations in Ghana.
Champions Nigeria will throw in their aces from the referee’s first blast of the whistle in Saturday’s Women Africa Cup of Nations Final against South Africa at the Accra Sports Stadium.
A tweet on South Africa’s official handle on Thursday said Refiloe who played all the matches at the tournament left for Australia to return to her new club Canberra United.
The President of the NFF, Amaju Melvin Pinnick, made the pledge when he met with the players and officials at the AH Hotel, Accra on Thursday, as he delivered the good wishes of President Muhammadu Buhari and the football-loving populace of Nigeria to the Cup holders.
Cup holders Nigeria have expressed confidence of reaching the Final of the 11th Women Africa Cup of Nations, ahead of Tuesday’s semifinal clash with the Lionesses of Cameroon at the Accra Sports Stadium.
A weekend of South African diet continues on Sunday as eight-time champions and Cup holders, Super Falcons, clash with the Banyana Banyana of South Africa in the opening match of Group B of the 11th Women Africa Cup of Nations.
Champions Nigeria flew into Ghana’s capital city, Accra, on Wednesday on their way to Cape Coast for Group B attrition of the 11th Women Africa Cup of Nations.
Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis has named her 21-player squad for the upcoming Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, to be played in Ghana.