Asisat Oshoala

Ossy Angels and Phoenix Queens have booked a place in the semi final at the ongoing Asisat Oshoala Football Tourney taking place at Agege Stadium.

Eight teams are taking part in the three days tourney being bankrolled by Super Falcons captain, Asisat Oshoala.

In the first match played early today at Agege Stadium, Ossy Angels humbled Heros Queen 6-0 to book a place in the semi final, while Standard Queens from Lagos Island defeated Aseyori Quens 3-2 after barren draw at the regulation time.

Phoenix Queens also beat Future Stars Queens 5-4 on penalty shootout after goalless draw at the full time

Ossy Angels started the game on a brighter note when Shukurat Oladipo fired two goals in the early first half to take the lead while Mistura Yusuf added one goal to end the half time in favour of Ossy Angels.

The second half game was not an easy game for Heros Queens as they succumbed to fire power of their opponents. Esther Onyenezide got her goal before Monday Gift wrapped it up with two goals to end the encounter 6-0.

With this victory, Ossy Angels face Phoenix Queens tomorrow in the first semi final while Standard Queens would battle Victory Queens in the second semi final of the day

Meanwhile Phoenix Queens Coach, Ganiu Oluwatobi has vowed that he has magic wand to stop Ossy Angels when both clash today in the semi final of the ongoing Asisat Oshoala Football FemaleTourney.

Oluwatobi told our correspondent that he is not afraid of Ossy Angels and boasted that he would stop them from progressing to the final when both clash at Agege Stadium, Lagos.

“We are aware that Ossy Angels is our next match and we are ready to shock them. Although they won their opening match with wide margin but I am not worried about that.

“All I know is that I will do everything to stop them because I want to cause upset in this tournament. The match would be tough and I would prepare my girls mentally, physically and psychologically for the crucial match, “he boasted

 Ossy Angels Coach, Bayo Ademisoye said he is not ready to boast noted that the better side would win the encounter.