Super Falcons of Nigeria have won Cameroon by a lone goal to qualify for the semi-final of the Women African Cup of Nations and secure automatic qualification for World Cup.
The nine times winner were favourites going into the competition but the loss to South Africa raised some brows about the chances of the depending champions qualifying for World Cup.
However, super falcons have once again proved their worth and delivered in the big stages to rekindle Nigeria’s hope of winning the WAFCON for the tenth time.
Rasheedat Ajibade scored the only goal in the match to make it 1-0 in favour of Nigeria.
Onomonu delivered a pinpointed cross for the Athletico Madrid striker whose goal made the difference in this tough encounter.
Super Falcons win in the quarter finals means that Nigeria has automatically for the World Cup.
Nigeria joins Zambia and Morocco as the teams that have qualified for the semi final as at the time of writing this report.
Super Falcons will face host nations, Morocco on Monday for a chance to defend their title in the final.