U-20WCQ: Oshoala believes attitude is key in Tunisia Duel

River Angels midfielder Asisat Oshoala has admitted that everyone at the U20 side is ‘aware’ how important the qualifier game with Tunisia is.

Falconets defeated their Sierra Leonian counterparts 16-0 on aggregate and they know underrating the North Africans might be suicidal.

And the energetic Port-Harcourt based Nigeria Women Football League side river angelsmidfielder has insisted that the team will remain calm under the pressure of what is sure to be an intense atmosphere.

“I’ve always believed in the group, so we’re perfectly calm from that point of view,” she told riversangels80.blogspot.com

“A lot will depend on our attitude and how we’re able to deal with any difficulties we encounter, but we are always motivated.

“When you play games at this level you find yourself up against quality opponents, so the risk of conceding is always there.

“I don’t know anything about the enemies, but they did well in the last round. The important thing is to keep the Nigerian spirit and show the stuff we are made of in both legs.”

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