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For Nigeria captain Desire Oparanozie, her country's meeting with hosts France at the women's World Cup on Monday will be like playing on "home soil".
The Nigeria national team went in front after 30 minutes of the match after a strange play. The South Korea defender did not clear the ball well, the ball hit the Nigeria player's hand and the VAR said nothing.
Former champions Norway kicked off their Women's World Cup campaign with a routine 3-0 victory over Nigeria, despite the absence of Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg.
Nigeria coach Thomas Dennerby named a squad of 27 players for a final training camp in Austria ahead of next month's women's World Cup in France.