The Falconets, on Saturday in Benin-City, the capital of Edo state, thrashed their South African counterpart 8-0 aggregate scoreline to book a place in FIFA U20 Women World Cup tournament taking place in France this summer.
The Falconets, who won 0-2 in the first leg a fortnight ago in South Africa, qualified on an eight-goal aggregate.
The return leg played at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin saw the Nigerian team scoring five goals in the first half of the game
The Besetsana were hardly a match for their Nigerian opponents who clearly dominated proceedings right from the blast of the whistle.
The Nigerian goalkeeper was virtually on holiday, only had a feel of the ball twice all through both halves.
The flood of goals started raining from the boots of Monday Gift (5th and 39th minute), Ajibade Rasheedat (21 st and 32 nd minute) and Imo Anam (26th and 73rd minute) which ensured Falconets’ comfortable win in Benin-City.
The South Africans became more aggressive and even came close to scoring in the early minutes of the second half but were denied the opportunity by the Nigerian keeper, Annadozie Chiamaka.
Nigeria’s Monday Gift got a red card and also sustained an injury at the same time following a goal-mouth scramble in South Africa’s vital area.
The Falconets had defeated their Tanzanian and Moroccan counterparts enroute to qualifying for the World Cup.
The 2018 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, the ninth edition, will hold between 5 th and 24th August in France.