The Netherlands on Sunday beat Nigeria 2-0 prompting them to crash out of the ongoing FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup.

The Falconets won all three group phase matches, with so much hope for better results in the subsequent matches.

Interestingly, the Falconets had many chances to score, but they did convert them.

They were in charge in the entire second period in the half of the Europeans, with a lot of dominance and also had chances like hitting the crossbar and others.

Another effort they made which didn’t yield the intended outcome was the attempts they made to score from a long range, which did not work out for them.

Flourish Sabastine, scorer of Nigeria’s winning goal against France in their Group C opening match, was close to grabbing a goal for Nigeria the seventh minute.

The Dutch went ahead, after taking advantage of the misses when Zera Hulswit rammed a perfect dipping shot beyond Omini Oyono after pulling away on the counter-attack.

.On the half-hour, Nigeria’s Deborah Abiodun seized the ball as the Dutch defence fell into confusion and Nigeria nearly got an equaliser.