Chiamaka Nnadozie has been excellent for Paris FC and the Super Falcons so far, known for her Penalty-saving skills
The mother of Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie, has been spotted mirroring her daughter as she displays her goalkeeper skills, Soccernet.ng reports.
The Super Falcons star has been excellent for her club and country, earning her the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Goalkeeper of the Year in the women’s category.
Notable for her success this year was when a second-half penalty stop by Chiamaka Nnadozie proved crucial against a dominant Canadian side at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium at the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
During the holiday season, many football players spend time with their families. Although it cannot be said if it is a recent video, a video shared on Nnadozie’s Instagram page showcased her mother showcasing her goalkeeping skills.
In their video, her mother could be spotted with the goalkeeper’s gloves, trying to save a ball kicked to her. Another scene showed when Nnadozie was teaching her mother how to save the ball.
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The Super Falcons of Nigeria have been slated to tackle Cameroon in February for the third round of the CAF Women’s Olympic Qualifying tournament.
Chiamaka is expected to play a crucial role for the Super Falcons, as they will be looking to secure a ticket to tackle at the upcoming 2023 Olympic tournament slated to take place in Paris, France.