The Flamingos could not find a way past their England counterparts and now have just a point from two games.
The Flamingos of Nigeria were held to a goalless draw by England in their second Group C game of the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup.
Bala Nikyu's girls came out firing at the Prince Mohammed International Stadium in Al Zarqa, Jordan with Rasheedat Ajibade looking very lively.
The Flamingos got the first chance in the 16th minute but England goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck was on hand to save.
England had a chance through Georgia Stanway whose effort was tipped away from a corner. From the resulting corner, Hannah Cain had another effort blocked and cleared.
Stanway got another chance to give England the lead but her powerful free-kick was saved. Nigerian defender Catherine Kenneth had a surprise effort saved by the English goalkeeper just before the break.
A defensive error in the Nigerian defence gave Cain a chance to give England the lead but her close-range effort went wild.
Nigeria pressed for a winner late on with Mercy Omokwo going close twice while Mary-Ann Ezenagu worked her way into the English box only to see her effort cleared.