Super Falcons and ASJ Soyaux defender Onyinyechi Salome Zogg has revealed that she’s proud of her Nigerian heritage.

The 24-year-old Nigerian international made her debut in the Super Falcons 1-0 loss to Jamaica at the invitational US Summer Series tournament in June 2021.

Speaking with Zogg was asked about what influenced her to choose the African giants over the Swiss Women’s National Team and she said it’s her love for the nation.

“It’s just like it’s a part of me, I love the country, Coach Randy called me up for the games against USWNT and Jamaica in June and I was so excited to make the cut.

“I love the culture, I love the food with my favorite being fufu.”

Oyinyechi was born in Bern (Switzerland) to a Nigerian mother and a Swiss father

Onyinyechi Zogg played 46 minutes in her club’s 1-0 narrow loss against Fleury 91 in the D1 Arkema league.

Polish Nikola Karczewska scored the lone goal of the game in the 39th minute and ASJ Soyaux were unable to recover despite Piga’s red card for Fleury-91 in the 62nd minute.

ASJ Soyaux Charente are 9th on the table with just one win in four games and will next face Oparanozie’s Dijon on October 2nd.