Norway had their third goal in the 36th minute thanks to an own goal by Osinachi Ohale when she poked the ball into her own net after a cross from the right. Norway and Nigeria are in Group A alongside France and South Korea.
Guro Reiten scored in the 17th minute as the Super Falcons failed to deal with a corner kick, and Lisa-Marie Utland made it two 17 minutes later when she flashed a fierce shot past goalkeeper Tochukwu Oluehi from close range.
Super Falcons striker Asisat Oshoala nearly restored parity for Nigeria in the 22nd minute when she gained possession from a long ball by Onome, but she blasted over the bar.
Norway vs Nigeria will take place on June 09, 2019 (Sunday midnight), at Stade Auguste- Delaune II football stadium. 19-year-old Giulia Gwinn was the scorer of the winning goal in the 66th minute after the Chinese had wasted a couple of gilt-edged chances in the first half.
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The squad only allowed two shots on goals as the Thai offense was nearly nonexistent throughout the entire match. North Korea's Ri Hyang-ok served as referee for Canada's 1-0 Group E victory over the African side.
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"A game can change in the last minute". "We're going to go back and look at our mistakes and maybe work on them".
Norway ran out comfortable winners in Reims having seen off Nigeria in World Cup Group A. The second game will be better than the first, we've learned so much from this first game and we'll come back.
Norway became the first nation in world football to pay their male and female players equally in the aftermath of Hegerberg's withdrawal.
Nigeria's Onome Ebi appeared in her fifth World Cup tournament (2003, 2007, 2011, 2015, 2019) - only Japan's Homare Sawa and Brazil's Formiga have ever appeared in more different tournaments (six each).