2024 Olympic Qualifier: Super Falcons will beat Cameroon in Abuja — Waldrum


Super Falcons head coach, Randy Waldrum is confident his side will get the job done against Cameroon in Abuja on Monday.


The nine-time African champions held the Indomitable Lionesses to a 0-0 draw in the first leg of their 2024 Olympic Games third-round qualifying fixture in Douala on Friday.


Jennifer Echegini’s 52nd-minute strike was controversially ruled out for offside in the game.


“We don’t fear anybody,” Waldrum said after the game.


“We played the European champions (England) to penalty kicks in the World Cup and held the Olympic gold medalist (Canada) to a draw at the World Cup, we got a victory over Australia. We can play with the best teams in the world.


“I give credit to Cameroon for the job they did. But there is no fear on our part.”


Victory against Cameroon will see the Super Falcons face either African champions, South Africa or Tanzania in the final round.


South Africa defeated Tanzania 3-0 in the first leg on Friday.

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