Nigeria’s Falconets head coach Christopher Danjuma is a happy man after his side’s game plan worked perfectlyagainst Tanzania on Sunday.

The Nigerians defeated the East African side 6-0 in a Fifa U20 Women’s World Cup second-leg first-round qualifying clash at the 7 000-seat Azam Stadium in Chamazi, Dar es Salaam.

The West Africans progressed to the next round of 2018 Fifa U20 Women’s World Cup African qualifying series on 9-0 aggregate.

The Falconets' goals came off the foot of lethal markswoman Rasheedat Ajibade, who scored a brace, Florence Ijamilusi who also scored twice, and a goal each from Anam Imo and Cynthia Aku.

Danjuma, who downplayed the massive goal margin, said he was satisfied that his side were able to make the Tanzanian goalkeeper look ordinary in the clash.

“It’s not really about the goals but the fact we were able to make the Tanzanian goalkeeper look ordinary in their own backyard.

“Tanzania put up a good fight when they came to Nigeria.

“The obstacle then in the encounter was their goalkeeper; she was outstanding and was the reason the goal margin in Nigeria was just three goals.

“We had to go back to the trenches to work out a game plan.

“I’m excited that the game plan worked so well but I must say that Tanzanians are good, they have a future team,” said the coach to

Nigeria will now face North African side Morocco in the two-legged second-round qualifying clash in November.

The aggregate winners are expected to confront the winners of the tie between South Africa and Burundi in the third and final round qualification matches for a place in the France 2018 Under-20 Women’s World Cup.