Nigeria's D'Tigress recorded their first win of the 2018 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup after victory against Turkey.
The side led by Otis Hughley looked to bounce back from a 86-68 defeat to Australia in the group opener.
Turkey who won their opener against Argentina started off on the front foot against Nigeria.
The first quarter ended 15-7 in favour of Turkey as they dominated proceedings in the early stages.
D'Tigress however bounced back to take the second quarter 22-17 as they still went into the half time break behind Turkey.
D'Tigress came to the party in the third quarter as they overwhelmed Turkey to finish 23-10.
The third quarter ended 26-22 to Turkey as D'Tigress held on for their first win of the world cup.
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Nigeria make history! They collect their first ever win in the history of the #FIBAWWC, defeating Turkey 74-68! - They put themselves in a strong position to finish second in Group B. - Sarah Ogoke with 22 points personal, 4-of-8 from the great beyond, Evelyn Akhator with a 13-point, 10-rebound double-double. Isil Alben had 15 for Turkey, who struggled on the inside. Quanitra Hollingsworth fouled out in 18 minutes of action, Esra Ural Topuz suffered a knee injury, and Nigeria took advantage in this one. - Australia up to 2-0, Turkey and Nigeria tied at 1-1, Argentia stuck at 0-2.
Top performers for D'Tigress were Shooting Guard Sarah Ogoke who registered 22 points, Power Forward Evelyn Akhator with a game high 10 rebounds and 13 points
D'Tigress are drawn in Group B of the competition along with Australia, Turkey and Argentina.
D'Tigress lost 86-68 to Australia and redeemed themselves with a victory over Turkey and can still advance to the next round from a difficult group.
Their next group stage game is against South American side Argentina on Tuesday, September 25.