The Confederation of African Football (CAF) has hailed Chiamaka Nnadozie as the Super Falcons’ savior in their first match at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. In a Group B clash against Olympic champions Canada in Melbourne on Friday, the determined Falcons held their opponents to a goalless draw. Nnadozie, the 22-year-old goalkeeper, was outstanding for the Falcons, making crucial saves throughout the match. Her remarkable performance was topped off with a penalty save in the 50th minute. CAF took to their women’s football Twitter handle to laud Nnadozie, stating, “Super Falcons’ savior! Chiamaka Nnadozie shone in her country’s World Cup opener with a saved penalty, a clean sheet, and a well-deserved Player of the Match award!” Nnadozie will now aim to lead the Falcons to victory against co-hosts Australia in their second Group B encounter on Thursday, July 27. Stay tuned for more updates on the 2023 Women’s World Cup.