When Sinclair Wanted To Play The Penalty, I Told Myself That I Would Make Things Right – Chiamaka Nnadozie

Make Things Right – Nnadozie

Chiamaka Nnadozie, the Super Falcons custodian at the 2017 FIFA Women’s World Cup, has described how she prevented Canadian captain Christin Sinclair from scoring a penalty against her.

Remember that the Nigerians, who had a red card, were able to hold the Canadian team to a goalless tie on Friday morning after Nnadozie saved a penalty, earning her the man of the match award.

The 22-year-old Paris FC goalkeeper said that saving the 40-year-old skipper’s penalty was a dream come true. In her words, she said, “It was a great thing today that we were able to at least get something, and it was a dream come true for me personally.”

Further speaking, she said, “When she took the ball, I was like, ‘Okay, it’s Sinclair again’, because the last time we played against them, she scored against me.”

“I was very angry, and I told myself, This is the opportunity to make things right.”

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