Nigeria Super falcons Goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie has been ranked the seventh best women’s goalkeeper in the world at the IFFHS awards. It’s a joint position as she came seventh alongside Elie Roebuck of England and Ann Katrin Berger of Germany.

At 18 years and 186 days, Nnadozie became the youngest ever goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in a Women’s World Cup game.

Chile’s Christiane Eendler become the first South American winner to win the IFFHS Women’s World Best Goalkeeper Award after amassing 10 votes more than FC Barcelona save-hands, Sandra Panos who came second.