Canda comes from behind beat Super Falcons of Nigeria 2-1 in the international friendly match on Monday evening at Pinatar Arena, Murcia, Spain.
The nine-time African champions have beaten Icelandic first division club, UMF Selfoss 6-1 last Friday ahead of their preparation for FIFA Women's World Cup in France.
Super Falcons escaped conceding a goal in the 9th minute after Beckie failed to connect with Prince's powerful cross which would have given the Canadians the lead.
Nigeria had a glorious chance to score in the 23rd minute through Rita Chikwelu, but her shot as saved by Canadian goalkeeper McLeod.
Guingamp striker Desire Oparanozie gave Nigeria the lead in the 26th minute after receiving an excellent pass from Uchenna Kanu and dribbled a defender before scoring.
The Canadian ladies tried all they could to restore parity before the end of first
half, but they were unable to find the back of the net.
Canada changed their style of play in the second half, and it took them only three minutes to leveled
up through Beckie Janine. And five minutes later, Canada scored their second goal via a superb header by Schmidt as Nigeria goalie Oluehi failed to make a save.
In the 61st minute, Ngozi Ebere sets up Uchenna Kanu, but her effort was easily saved by Canadian goalie McLedo.
The encounter eventually ended 2-1 in favor
of Canada as Super Falcons bowed narrowly to the world no. 5 who are now unbeaten in six games.