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Sunday, 4 December 2016

Nigeria won the ladies' Africa Cup of Nations for an eighth time after a 1-0 win over hosts Cameroon before a limit 40,000 pack in Yaounde.

A late objective from Desire Oparanozie was sufficient for Nigeria to hold the trophy they won in Namibia two years back.

The Super Falcons have ruled this opposition, winning everything except two of the ten releases played as such.

In a rehash of the 2014 last, Cameroon completed as runners-up again in spite of getting a charge out of gigantic home support.

Before Cameroon president Paul Biya, the hosts had the best of the main half, with various possibilities for Aboudi Onguene, yet the Indomitable Lionesses neglected to take advantage of their chances.

In the second half, Oparanozie, who additionally scored Nigeria's victor against South Africa in their semi-last, hit the unequivocal objective again when she broke the halt seven minutes from time.

She completed on a go from the competition's driving scorer Asisat Oshoala to give her group the trophy.


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