The 21-year-old, a player for Paris FC, had complained about the refereeing in their last four matches.
Chiamaka Nnadozie, the goalkeeper for Nigeria, has questioned how Morocco defeated the Super Falcons in the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations semifinals on Monday.
The Atlas Lionesses defeated the Super Falcons 5-4 on penalties at the Moulay Abdellah Stadium in Rabat following a 1-1 stalemate in regulation and extra time. This put an end to the Super Falcons’ bid to defend their championship.
After Halimatu Ayinde and Rasheedat Ajibade were given the boot from the game, the Super Falcons played the final 30 minutes and extra time with just nine players.
Nnadozie was upset with the result of the game since he thought his team was superior to the other team and blamed the loss on bad refereeing.
Nnadozie, who was given the Women-of-the-Match award, stated on her social media accounts that the Moroccan squad realized that Nigeria is a fantastic team and that in order to defeat us, they had to divert our attention.
“They took every action possible to divert our attention. This was the worst game I’ve ever played since I started playing football.
“They prevailed, but this is hardly a victory for me. The refereeing wasn’t exactly up to par. We had nine players compared to their eleven, but if they had been better, they would have scored and won. That is to demonstrate to you our superiority.
Nnadozie went on to say why, despite the loss, she was still proud of the Super Falcons.
“To my fantastic Super Falcons, I dedicate this honor to you all. I’m pleased to have received the player of the match award in Monday’s game. We appreciate your encouragement and support, fantastic fans.
It won’t be over until it is.
With a bronze medal on the line, Nigeria, who had already qualified for the World Cup, would now play Zambia in the third-place play-off match.
On Saturday, the championship match will feature Morocco taking on Banyana Banyana of South Africa.