The Falconets have gained a measure of revenge over the Black Princesses after a 2-1 victory in the second game between both nations in three days.
Nigeria's U-20 Women's team have defeated Ghana’s team 2-1 in an international friendly encounter played in Accra on Thursday evening.
The Falconets lost the initial match on Tuesday 3-2 and were trailing 0-1 after the first 45 minutes before they got two goals in the last 15 minutes of the encounter.
Desire Oparanozie and Ngozi Okobi both scored Nigeria's goals.
The tie was almost called off owing to the sudden demise of Ghana's former President, John Atta-Mills but words from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the Nigeria Football Federation(NFF) sanctioned the cracker to go ahead.
In a brief chat with Goal.com, the NFF's director of competitions, Dr Mohammed Sanusi said the match was a very tough encounter but was happy that Nigeria prevailed to avenge the defeat suffered in the first match.
His words:"The game ended 2-1 in Nigeria's favour. Although, the emphasis is not on the result but losing twice to Ghana in three days would have dampened the morale of the girls. The coaches have watched the girls play and I am sure they must have noticed where the problems lie and the expected solution."
The Falconets will return to Nigeria on Friday to continue their build up to the Japan 2012 Fifa U-20 Women's World Cup.