Nigeria’s D’Tigress are the firstAfrican side to progress to the quarter-finals of the Basketball world cup after victory against Greece.
Nigeria’s ladies ball group D’Tigress beat Greece 57-56 to progress to the quarter-finals of the 2018 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup on Wednesday, September 26.
With two victories frame three diversions, D’Tigress completed second to group champs Australia who won every one of their matches.
D’Tigress needed to defeat an adamant Greek side to progress to the quarterfinals (FIBA)
D’Tigress completed second and were matched against Greece who completed third in their group with only one win in three recreations in the playoffs to figure out who joins the group victors in the quarterfinals.
Nigeria’s first historically speaking quarterfinal at the world cup is accomplished (FIBA)
Otis Hughley’s side were new off their ethical boosting 75-70 prevail upon Argentina in their last group amusement.
They didn’t surrender to early weight from the Greeks as the principal quarter finished tied at 15-15 for the two groups.
D’Tigress hung on for victory against Greece after a troublesome final quarter (FIBA)
Star player Evelyn Akhator turned up the style in the second quarter as the Power forward motivated D’Tigress to a 16-11 win which was a five point lead (31-26) going into the halftime break.
Greece began the second from last quarter on a superior note lessening the shortage on a few events however D’Tigress set up a 11 point lead as the quarter finished 17-11 for
In spite of an eleven point lead, D’Tigress met a versatile Greek group who returned into the diversion with Maria Emmanouela Fasoula causing ruin. The final quarter finished 19-9 however D’Tigress guaranteed victory by only one point to progress to the following phase of the comepetition. Top entertainers for D’Tigress were Akhator with 14 focuses and 13 bounce back and four takes, Adaora Elonu with four helps and two squares
D’Tigress versus USA quarterfinal
After a 86-68 defeat to Australia in their opening round of the tournament, D’Tigress have bobbed back in style to progress to the