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Paris keeper Chiamka Nnadozie wins UWCL Player of the Match award vs Hacken

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By Monsurah Olatunji

Nigeria goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie won the Player of the Match award in Paris FC’s UEFA Women’s Champions League clash against BK Hacken on Wednesday night.
The Nigerian international was the Saviour for the French-based side in their goalless draw.
The 23-year-old proved why she is the current African goalkeeper of the year with another sensational penalty save that held their hosts BK Hacken at home.
She denied Rosa Kafaji from 12 yards in the 21st minute in what was her fifth spot-kick save in just eight matches in their Champions League journey.
She saved two against English giants and last season’s semifinalists Arsenal, and stopped another one against last season’s finalists, Wolfsburg to deny both teams from reaching the group stages.
The Paris safehands then pulled off a fourth save against Liga F side Real Madrid in their group stage clash.
Her latest heroic saw her named the Player of the Match after making six saves, 17 recoveries and 46 touches against Hacken.

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