Coach Omagbemi wants improvement from her players after 6-0 thrashing of Mali

As they prepare for a much tougher opposition in Ghana, Omagbemi wants her players to remain focus.

Super Falcons

Asisat Oshoala hit four goals while Francisca Ordega and Uchechi Sunday were also on target as the Super Falcons tore Mali apart.

As they prepare for a much tougher opposition in Ghana on Wednesday, November 23, Omagbemi wants her players to remain focus and not get carried away.

"I will say that's the rhyme of the team and a way of getting themselves on top before they start a game," Omagbemi said after the 6-0 win over Mali.

"We just in the process, this is our first game for the group stage. Our target here is just to take every game as it comes.

"We know we are through with Mali and we are looking at the Ghana team to come up next. Our focus here is just to defend the title we won in 2014. That's all."

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