Nigeria's Super Falcons started their Women's World Cup campaign with a goalless draw against Olympic champions Canada at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium on Friday.
The result ensured both countries are two points behind Australia in Group B with a point each. The latter defeated the Republic of Ireland by a solitary goal.
A section of the fans were unhappy with the performance of their star striker Asisat Oshoala who struggled to impress.
Others opined Randy Waldrum is not the right coach for the West African giants.