The Under-20 female team of Nigeria have secured a spot at the Under-20 World Cup, which holds in Costa Rica later this year after they defeated Senegal 4-1 at the Samuel Ogbemudia stadium in Benin-City to ensure a 7-2 aggregate victory.
The Super Falconets did half of the job two weeks ago when they went away to beat Senegal 3-1, thanks to a hat trick from Flourish Sebastian.
Nonetheless, they approached the second leg with all manner of seriousness.
The Super Falconets dominated from the blast of the whistle, and they could have taken the lead in the 5th minute, but the goal was disallowed as the referee saw an injury in the Senegalese box.
However, just two minutes later, Nigeria got their goal. Sebastian continued her scoring spree as she put the Falconets one goal ahead.
The Senegalese ladies tried, but they were no match for the Falconets, as Sebastian scored her fifth of the tie in the 20th minute after she headed in a cross from Esther Onyenezide to make it 2-0 in Benin-City.
Five minutes later, it was Onyenezide who turned goalscorer, as she banged in a penalty to make it 3-0. However, Senegal pulled one back at the stroke of halftime to make it 3-1.
Nigeria took their feet off the pedal in the second half, but the Senegalese could not capitalise.
Then in the 89th minute, the final nail was put in their coffin, as substitute Joy Jerry scored the fourth for Nigeria to ensure the 4-1 victory in Benin-City.
The 7-2 aggregate victory ensures that the Super Falconets would be at the U-20 World Cup, which will take place in Costa Rica later in August.