Super Falcons captain, Evelyn Nwabuoku, has declared that her side are condemned to beat Nzalang Nacional of Equatorial Guinean and go ahead to qualify for the next round of Brazil 2016 Olympic Games.
The Super Falcons are already in Bata, Equatorial Guinea for the make or mar 2016 clash on Sunday.
Fortnight ago both sides ended their superiority hostilities one goal apiece at the Abuja National Stadium.
Nwabuoku said her side would not allow the Equatorial Guineans to deny the seven-time African champions the lifetime opportunity to appear at the multiple global sports showpiece.
“We are condemned to win in Bata, Equatorial Guinea against the side opposite, Nzalang Nacional.
“We know it will not be an easy game after both sides battled to a 1-1 draw two-week back in Nigeria we have no choice but to go all out to claim the Olympics spot at their own expense.
“It will not speak well of our reputation as African champions to miss the Rio Olympics the same sore manner we missed the 2012 London Olympics.
“We have pushed behind us the psychological trauma that held us down in the first fixture as the reverse clash is almost a life battle we must win.
“Though we are missing some key members of the team we have resolved to win for them, ourselves and Nigerians.
“We will not disappoint this time around in Bata, Equatorial Guinea,” said the playmaker of Kazakstan Women Premier League, KWPL champions, Biik Kazygurt to
Overall winners of the encounter will automatically claim a spot in the women football tournament of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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