Nigeria was held by a resilient Canadian team in Langford when the Super Falcons took part against the Olympic Champions in the final leg of their double header friendlies on Tuesday.
The second leg, which was played in the early hours of Tuesday, saw a draw held in a dramatic fashion by their host who came back twice to draw level and gain a draw against the West African side.
The Super Falcons of Nigeria took the lead earlier in the 5th minute of the game through Ifoema Onumonu.
The ladies held on for the first half lead but went level in the second half, after a defensive blunder handed Christine Sinclair the equalizer in the 49th minute.
Nigeria restored their lead back in the 59th minute through Rasheedat Ajibade and were hanging on for a memorable win against the Olympic Champions.
They suffered a heartbreak and their joy was cut short later in the game when Canada salvaged a draw with a late equalizer.
Nigeria have lost one and drawn one in the double header friendlies on Langford, Canada, and are shaping their team well for the African Women Cup of Nations (AWCON).