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Turkish Giants Fenerbahçe thrash Nigeria's Flamingos in final Test Game

By Emmanuel Oladele - Nigeria U17 National Women's Team, the Flamingos on Tuesday fell to a 3-1 defeat from the hand of Turkish top side Fenerbache Women in their final test game to wrap up their preparation for the upcoming FIFA U17 Women's World Cup India 2022.

Busan Seker's brace in the 35th and 80th minute gave the Turkish Giants a comfortable 2-0 lead in the game, before Edidiong Etim got the Flamingos first goal in the 90th minute to take the scoreline to 2-1 in favour of the Turkish side. Fenerbache's Nina Kpaho got her name on the scoresheet in the added time to complete a 3-1 thrashing of the Nigeria's Flamingos on Tuesday in Kocaeli, Turkey. See details below;


MATCH DETAILS

• Nigeria U17 Women 1-3 Fenerbache Women FT.

Goalscorers

• Busan Seker ⚽35' ⚽80' - Fenerbache Women

• Edidiong Etim ⚽90' - Nigeria U17 Women

• Nina Kpaho ⚽90+3' - Fenerbache Women

Super Falcons star Patricia George currently play for the Turkish Giants Fenerbache Women who thrashed the Nigeria U17 Women by 3-1.

For the upcoming India 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup, Nigeria is in Group B alongside, Germany, New Zealand and Chile.

The Bankole Olowookere's led side will kick off their 2022 World Cup campaign with Germany on Tuesday 11th October 2022, at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Margao, before facing New Zealand and Chile in their subsequent Group games.

The India 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup will hold from 11-30 October 2022, and a total of 32 games will be played in the tournament. It's the 7th edition of the tournament.

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