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Nigeria vs Korea Republic: Chelsea, West Ham react to Asisat Oshoala’s ‘brilliant’ goal

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Chelsea and West Ham United have responded to the objective scored by Asisat Oshoala in Nigeria’s 2-0 prevail upon the Korea Republic in their second round of the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The club’s checked procedures at the Stade des Alpes, Grenoble as the Super Falcons, recovered their Women’s World Cup crusade on track on Wednesday.

Korea Republic’s West Ham midfielder, Cho So-Hyun and Chelsea Women number 10 Ji So-Yun began and took care of business for the Asian side. Kim Do-Yeon scored a disastrous claim objective in the 29th moment to give the African victors the lead before Barcelona star Asisat Oshoala, multiplied lead in the 75th moment.

Chelsea composed on its official site, “A disastrous possess physical and incredible solo exertion by Barcelona’s Asisat Oshoala left South Korea’s expectations of meeting all requirements for the knockout stage in a critical position.

“They couldn’t help a particular bit of individual aptitude, be that as it may, from Barcelona forward Oshoala, who streaked far from her marker to lock onto a through ball by 18-year-old Chidinma Okeke and adjusted the goalkeeper with class and self-control to verify the Super Falcons’ first World Cup triumph since 2011.’

West Ham additionally composed on its site: “Korea hoped to fight back yet Nigeria multiplied their lead on 75 minutes after a splendidly worked Asisat Oshoala did counter-assault.”