A cross-area of football lovers in Enugu on Tuesday hailed the Super Eagles for lighting up the nation’s odds of capability for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon.
A prop by Odion Ighalo and another from group skipper Ahmed Musa guaranteed that the Eagles lead Group E with nine. They are in front of South Africa who has eight points from four amusements.
A few fans who talked with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) applauded the Super Eagles players for their chivalrous battle in the match played in Sfax, Tunisia.
Officers International FC’s Media Officer, Norbert Okolie, said it was critical that the Eagles burrowed profound for the outcome. He anyway called attention to that the group’s training team still expected to take a shot at the resistance and the goalkeeping zone. “Nigeria is a commonly recognized name in African football and merited the triumph. Be that as it may, the triumph did not come shoddy.
“It was a sweet triumph, considering its significance and the place it has given to us headed straight toward 2019 AFCON in Cameroon. “With nine in the gathering, we are very much situated as we have just two matches to go.
“Along these lines, the Eagles need to get an attract South Africa in our next match and beat Seychelles at home to wrap up the capability,” he said. Additionally, Ebere Amaraizu, the Team Manager of an Enugu-based Nigeria National League (NNL) club side, said the group did well. He anyway demanded that the group still expected to enhance to take out demonstrations of being jumpy, as was shown amid the diversion.
“Nigeria players are experts and don’t have to surrender shoddy objectives the manner in which they did against the Libyan group that was not equivalent to their level. “Be that as it may, we express gratitude toward God for Ighalo who reestablished the prompt guarantee the Eagles took the three in question,” Amaraizu said. Franklin Ibekwe, a corps part serving in Enugu, said Nigeria did not appear to have a strong group that could rival groups from nations like England, Spain, and Portugal. He said Tuesday’s match demonstrated that the players were not composed, needed certainty and couldn’t hold the ball.
Ibekwe said he expected a more developed amusement and that the Eagles did not satisfy his desires, even as they did well to pick the three points. Chijioke Okonkwo, a specialist, additionally noticed that the Nigerian group’s style of play was disillusioning particularly considering that it played against a less experienced group in Libya. “I can’t envision what might have been the result if Nigeria had played against England or the France group now,” he said. Okonkwo likewise noticed that the Libyans are not any more suckers in African football, and Nigeria needed to play against them with experience.