• Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

NWFL Super Six: Super Captain Suliat Abideen Rescues Vital Win For Edo Queens

Suliat Abideen came to the rescue of Edo Queens Football Club of Benin as her 81st-minute goal earned her team a vital win against stubborn Nasarawa Amazons in the match day four of the Nigeria Women Football League Premiership Super Six, platinumnewsng.com is reporting.

Edo Queens went into the game with enough plans and hopes of unlocking stubborn Nasarawa Amazons. The team took control of the game from the blast of the whistle with attacks initiated against the Solid Babes.

Edo Queens went into the game with enough plans and hopes of unlocking stubborn Nasarawa Amazons. The team took control of the game from the blast of the whistle with attacks initiated against the Solid Babes.

The Moses Aduku-led girls tried all possible plans to unlock the resolute Nasarawa Amazon backline. Nasarawa Amazons also had a couple of chances to get one past their opponents, but the backline led by Sunday Blessing stood their ground to ward off a pocket of threat they encountered.The first half ended in a stalemate, but Edo Queens were a bit disappointed they couldn’t their attacks result in at least a goal.

The first half ended in a stalemate, but Edo Queens were a bit disappointed they couldn’t their attacks result in at least a goal.The second half resumed with Edo Queens picking it up from where they left it in the first half with more attacks against their opponents.

The second half resumed with Edo Queens picking it up from where they left it in the first half with more attacks against their opponents.Christopher Danjuma made tactical changes to his team when he sent in Regina Omede for Bibiana Odoh and Ojiyovwi Kesiena for Josephine Mathias, respectively. The substitutes changed the face of the game as Nasarawa Amazons pegged Edo Queens back for a few minutes. They could have gotten a goal in these few minutes, but Edo Queens held their line.

Christopher Danjuma made tactical changes to his team when he sent in Regina Omede for Bibiana Odoh and Ojiyovwi Kesiena for Josephine Mathias, respectively. The substitutes changed the face of the game as Nasarawa Amazons pegged Edo Queens back for a few minutes. They could have gotten a goal in these few minutes, but Edo Queens held their line.Moses Aduku made a change to his team — replaced Kafayat Mafisere with Marvelous Akpobaro in the 72nd minute. The presence of Marvelous changed the tide of the game to the Edo Queens favour and they took control of the game.

Moses Aduku made a change to his team — replaced Kafayat Mafisere with Marvelous Akpobaro in the 72nd minute. The presence of Marvelous changed the tide of the game to the Edo Queens favour and they took control of the game.Nine minutes from full-time, Suliat Abideen rescued her team! Marvelous Akpobaro initiated the build-up from the middle of the park where she set the wing up with a fine pass. The right-back drove in a little before she released a defence-splitting cross into the box. Emem Essien laid it for an oncoming Suliat Abideen who slotted home beyond Udoka and threw her team into a wild jubilation.

Nine minutes from full-time, Suliat Abideen rescued her team! Marvelous Akpobaro initiated the build-up from the middle of the park where she set the wing up with a fine pass. The right-back drove in a little before she released a defence-splitting cross into the box. Emem Essien laid it for an oncoming Suliat Abideen who slotted home beyond Udoka and threw her team into a wild jubilation.The Benin Ladies held on to the lead, though they could have added the second, to win their third game and go top of the table with 9 points.

The Benin Ladies held on to the lead, though they could have added the second, to win their third game and go top of the table with 9 points.Edo Queens will play Bayelsa Queens in a winners-take-it encounter on Sunday, May 26 at the Samson Siasia Stadium, Yenagoa.

Edo Queens will play Bayelsa Queens in a winners-take-it encounter on Sunday, May 26 at the Samson Siasia Stadium, Yenagoa.

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