Nigeria’s Falconets qualified for the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France on Monday.

Chris Danjuma’s side played out a 1-1 draw with China in their final group game played at the Dinan-Lehon Sltadium.

It was the seventh time the Falconets have reached the quarter-finals of the tournament.

In the other group game, Germany defeated Haiti 3-2 to seal top spot in group D.

Germany won the group with nine points while Nigeria finished second with four points from three games and a superior goals difference over China who came third. Fourth placed Haiti recorded no points after three games.

The Falconets will face the winner in Group C, Spain on the 16th of August.