Super Falcons coach, Thomas Dennerby says his team is yet to get to the level he expects at the ongoing 2018 African Women Cup of Nations (AWCON).

After losing their opening match 1-0 to South Africa, the Super Falcons beat Zambia 4-0 on Wednesday in Cape Coast to return to contention at the tournament in Ghana.

However, it was still a performance Dennerby was not satisfied with, saying his team should have done better and scored more goals.

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“First of all, I am very happy we managed to score four goals in the game. Of course I am happier than three days ago.

“But, honestly, I am not 100 per cent happy with our performance because we should have scored more goals.

“After our opening game in which we lost, I talked about being professional and using experience to come back in the next game, not being anxious,” he said.

The coach said the win over Zambia was still not enough to take his team out of the woods.

“I don’t think this game we won today (Wednesday) is the defining game in the group, and now we have to work harder in our next fixture so as to secure a place in the semi-finals.

“So, we stay cool and keep working,” he said.

The Falcons take on Equatorial Guinea on Saturday in their final Group B match, needing to win with a massive haul of goals if they are to qualify from the group.

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