Super Falcons of Nigeria lost their first game of the group stage to Bayana Bayana of South Africa at the Moulay Hassan stadium in Morroco on Monday.
Nigeria started the game on a high but lost their concentration at the hour mark conceding two goals in quick succession.
South Africa striker, Seoposenwe broke the deadlock in the 61st minute with their first on target through a beautiful string of passes after catching the super falcons defence off guard.
Another loss in concentration in the Super Falcons defence opened up spaces for the Bayana Bayana captain to play a sleek pass to Hildah Magaia to net South Africa’s second.
Athletico Madrid striker, Rasheedat Ajibade scored a consolation goal for Nigeria after converting a well placed ball from Onome Ebi.
Nine times winner, Super Falcons still remain favourites for the title and are not under no pressure of early exit.