Super Falcons first choice goalkeeper at the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Ghana, Tochukwu Oluehi has appealed for more support from Nigerians, in order to help the squad win the final on Saturday against South Africa.
Speaking in the wake of her heroics in helping Nigeria outwit Cameroon via penalties in Tuesday’s semi-final, Oluehi said they now have to beat the same team that defeated them 1-0 in their opening group match.
Oluehi told footballlive.ng that she was happy being Nigeria’s hero on the evening in Accra, Ghana, but said the biggest thing on her mind now is how the Falcons will win their ninth title on Saturday.
The Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt shot-stopper also expressed delight with the FIFA Women’s World Cup ticket achieved with the win against Cameroon, and said they want to be in France as African champions.
“We want Nigerians to continue to support the team. Once we get total support from the fans, we will not disappoint Nigerians.
“We want to beat South Africa on Saturday, so that we can go to the World Cup in France as champions of Africa, and make Nigerians glad.”