Cameroon coach Enow Ngachu on Sunday  conceded that Nigeria were superior in Saturday’s African Women’s Cup of Nations final at the  Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium in Yaounde.

The Super Falcons won the encounter 1-0 courtesy of France-based forward Desire Oparanozie’s late strike to rule  the   elite women’s tournament for the eighth time (1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2016).

Nigeria  claimed their  fourth title in South Africa in 2004 after humiliating the Indomitable Lionesses 5-0 in the final –  and returned 10 years later to win their seventh title after beating  their bitter rivals 2-0 in the Namibia 2014  final at the Sam Nujoma Stadium in  Windhoek.

Ngachu, who watched helplessly from the dugout as the Falcons disgraced his team to win the title in Namibia, had vowed the  Lionesses would emerge triumphant on home soil on Saturday.