2023 WWC: No big deal failing to beat Super Falcons – Canada boss, Priestman

March 4th, 2024 3:55 pm

2023 WWC: No big deal failing to beat Super Falcons – Canada boss, Priestman

Brev Priestman, the head coach of Canada, has stated that the Super Falcons of Nigeria defeat by her team wasn’t a significant concern.

At the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium on Friday, Randy Waldrum’s team held the Olympic champions to a 0-0 draw in their opening 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup match.

Christine Sinclair, a seasoned attacker, missed a penalty early in the second half.

The Super Falcons, who nearly scored a few times during the game, pushed the North Americans thin.

Former England assistant coach Priestman seemed unconcerned with the result of the match.

We opened the Olympic Games with a tie, so since it’s a tournament game, we won’t dwell on it and will immediately go on to game two, the English player stated following the encounter.

On Thursday, July 31, Canada’s next game will be against the Republic of Ireland, who are making their debut.

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