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Atiku and Saraki respond after England defeats Nigeria’s Super Falcons, saying “I have no regrets

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Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president, responded to Nigeria’s exit from the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which is now taking place in Australia and New Zealand.

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The Women’s World Cup Round of 16 match between the Super Falcons and England was decided by a penalty shootout after 120 minutes of play finished in a 0-0 stalemate, according to 460play.

Desire Oparanozie and Michelle Alozie both missed their extra-point attempts, which led to England winning the shootout 4-2.

In response, Atiku tweeted that he had no regrets about forgoing breakfast to watch Nigeria vs. England in the Round of 16.

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Additionally, he argued that the Super Falcons have every right to be proud of themselves.

We may have lost to England on penalties, but the @NGSuper_Falcons have every right to lift their heads high, Atiku wrote in a tweet. I still don’t regret skipping breakfast to watch this game. -AA for #ENGNGR #FIFAWWC.

Dr. Bukola Saraki, a former president of the Senate, also commented on the situation on Twitter. He wrote: “Despite the pain of the penalty shootout, I am proud of the Super Falcons for their wonderful journey in the #FIFAWWC. You, @NGSuper_Falcons, need to be pleased with what you have accomplished. #ENGNGA.”

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