Nigeria’s Super Falcons have landed in Lagos after their 1-0 victory against the Scorpion Queens in the African Women’s Nations Cup qualifier played on Wednesday at the Bakau Independence Stadium.
The Falcons who were pictured boarding Air Peace Airline, landed in Lagos Friday evening to continue their preparations ahead of the second leg scheduled to take place on Monday, June 11 at the Agege Stadium.
The team immediately resumed training on Thursday morning after their win at the FIFA Goal Project, pitch in Yundum, Gambia.
A team earlier tweeted, “We are the Banjul International Airport, Gambia and set to fly back to Lagos, Nigeria after our Wednesday’s 1-0 #AWCON2018Q first-leg win over the Queen Scorpions. Our return leg will
hold at the Agege Stadium, Lagos on Monday, June”
“Goodbye Banjul, Gambia thanks for your hospitality and generosity. Lagos, here we come”
The team were hosted to a fun-filled dinner party on Thursday evening by the Nigerian High Commissioner to the Gambia, Ambassador Oluwasegun Ibidapo – Obe at the Nigerian House in Banjul.