Falcons Played To Win In South Africa – Ajibade

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Super Falcons captain, Rasheedat Ajibade has debunked claims the side adopted a defensive approach in their clash against South Africa in Pretoria on Tuesday.

Randy Waldrum's side held the Banyana Banyana to a 0-0 draw in the second leg of the 2024 Olympic Games fourth round qualifying tie.

The result ensured their passage to Paris 2024 following a 1-0 aggregate win


Ajibade, who scored the decisive goal in the first leg, claimed the Super Falcons played to win in South Africa.

“We didn't hold back, we wanted to score goals,” the Atletico Madrid forward told reporters.

“We respect South Africa, but we wanted to play the way we played in the first leg at home in Abuja.”

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