Oshoala, Payne, Plumptre, Onumonu, Ajibade, and other Super Falcons stars go on a Kangaroo visit ahead of the final World Cup group game against Ireland.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria are back on the social media trends once again.
The spirit of the team is high after recording a monster 3-2 victory against Australia in their second group game of the ongoing 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.
The Super Falcons now have four points from two games, as they started their campaign in Australia with a goalless draw against Olympic Champions Canada.
Super Falcons stars go on Kangaroo visit in Australia
The Super Falcons are making preparations for their final group game of the tournament.
The team had spare time to go on a Kangaroo visit, stepping away from training on the pitch.
In a video that has gone viral and was captured by Sevilla star Toni Payne, the Super Falcons had a good time visiting Kangaroos.
The Barcelona star who set a record for scoring at three Women's World Cup tournaments is captured by Payne with a Kangaroo.
Gotham FC striker Ifeoma Onumonu was also spotted with a Kangaroo in the clip provided by Payne.
Also in the video were defender Ashleigh Plumptre, who recently departed Leicester City, and Atletico Madrid striker Rasheedat Ajibade, who can also be seen taking photos.
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Waldrum on Super Falcons vs Ireland
The Super Falcons Head coach, Randy Waldrum, was satisfied with the victory against Australia but stressed the importance of a good victory against Ireland.
He said, "We know there’s still work to do.
"So, we’ll enjoy it tonight (Thursday) and get our recovery going tomorrow because it was a very, very taxing game on us physically.
"And then we’ll do our best to get ready for another very good opponent with Ireland.”
Time and Where to Watch Super Falcons of Nigeria vs Ireland's final World Cup group game
The final Super Falcons group game of the 2023 Women's World Cup will be against Ireland.
The Super Falcons' game against Ireland will be available on Supersport, Afrosport, and Blend TV.
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