Follow the action as it happened in Brisbane where Nigeria advanced to the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup round of 16 after a goalless draw with the Republic of Ireland.
- Now let us get post-match reactions from all over Tinubu's internet
- I, Tunde Young, have been your companion through a truthfully drab encounter but all that matters is that Nigeria are through to the next round.
- Australia top Group B with a 4-0 trashing of Canada who crash out as third with four points while the Republic of Ireland are bottom with just a point.
- Nigeria missed a chance to top the group but will still be happy to progress from the group stages for only the third time in nine attempts.
- FULL TIME! Republic of Ireland 0-0 Nigeria
- 7 minutes of additional time added on, Nigeria seem pretty content with the result as is, the body language and substitutions suggest Randy Waldrum is comfortable with second place.
- 89' The Republic of Ireland are not playing for anything other than national pride and the opportunity to win a FIFA Women's World Cup game for the first time and their intensity tells the story.
- 70' A massive goalmouth scramble ensues and Nigeria could have scored but the Republic of Ireland continue to defend resolutely.
- Australia still remain on top while Nigeria are second, the Super Falcons need a win to finish top of the group and potentially avoid England in the round of 16.
66' We still await the first goal in Brisbane but all the action still continues to happen in Melbourne where Australia have now made it 3-0 to secure theirs and Nigeria's qualification from Group B.
- Toni Payne dribbled her way past the Irish defence and put in a delightful cross which was met by Kanu but push onto the crossbar in spectacular fashion by the Irish goalkeeper.
- 50' BIG CHANCE!!! Uchenna Kanu hits the bar!!!
- 45' The second half begins in Brisbane and the action resumes, hopefully, we will see more action this time.
17:17 - 29.07.2023
"Agba Baller" Oshoala has recorded a record-breaking milestone on Instagram.
07:04 - 31.07.2023
Ireland vs Nigeria: 5 major talking points as Oshoala, Super Falcons face wounded Green Girls - Preview
Nigeria Super Falcons are unbeaten at the FIFAWWC but face a tricky tie against a wounded Republic of Ireland team playing for pride.
- Occupy yourselves at halftime with Pulse Sports' wide coverage of the Super Falcons so far.
- Here is a look at the live standings in Group B. The Matildas and the Super Falcons advance as it stands.
- HALFTIME in Brisbane and it is goalless between Nigeria and the Republic of Ireland. The Super Falcons have one foot in the round of 16.
- All the action is happening at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium where Australia have now doubled their lead which means the Super Falcons are now all but condemned to qualify.
- 25' Republic of Ireland come close to getting the opening goal but Farelly could not connect properly to O'Sullivan's dangerous cross into the box.
- 21 minutes of football played and the game remains goalless but here is a quick update from the other Group B clash happening simultaneously. Australia have taken the lead against Canada thanks to Hayley Raso.
- 13' Big chance missed for Nigeria!!! Asisat Oshoala!!!!
- The Irish have since taken control of this game since the last update. Call that the commentator's curse.
- The Super Falcons immediately begin on the front foot, no chances created yet but Nigeria clearly have the ascendancy.
- Kickoff is upon us in Brisbane, the moment of truth is here and the job is simple for the Super Falcons, avoid defeat and advance to the next round of the FIFA Women's World Cup.
- As kickoff approaches, let us get you into the mood of patriotism, watch the Super Falcons arrive at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
- The lineups are out and the big news is Agba Baller returns to the lineup!!! ASISAT OSHOALA starts for the Super Falcons.
13:00 - 27.07.2023
The Super Falcons of Nigeria came back from behind to beat co-hosts Australia 3-2 at the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup
- The Super Falcons are still riding the high from the last game, a shocking 3-2 win against co-hosts Australia which Pulse Sports Nigeria covered extensively.
- Hello and welcome to Pulse Sports' coverage of the crucial Group B game between the Republic of Ireland and the Super Falcons of Nigeria at the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.