Victor Osimhen, Chidera Ejuke and Samuel Kalu are set to lead the Super Eagles attack as they make up the starting eleven against the Central African Republic in the 2022 World Cup qualifier match set to be played at 5pm on Thursday, October 7, 2021.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will on Thursday the 7th of October, 2021 play against the National football team of the Central African Republic at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos, in one of the group C matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier matches.
Thursday's match against the Central African Republic is one out of the double header fixture against the national football team of the Central African Republic, nicknamed as the Les Fauves (The Wild Beast), is one out of the double header fixture against the national football team of the Central African Republic, with the return leg fixture set to take place on Sunday the 10th of October, 2021 in the Central African Republic.
The Coach of the Super Eagles, Gernot Rohr, had earlier released a 23-man list of Super Eagles players to prosecute the double header fixture prior to Thursday's game, which left fans of the Super Eagles and some football fans guessing who would make up the starting eleven for the Super Eagles of Nigeria against the Central African Republic.
Fans and football pundits alike have no doubts about who will eventually make the Super Eagles of Nigeria starting eleven against the Central African Republic, as Coach Gernot Rohr has released the Super Eagles of Nigeria starting eleven for the game against the Central African Republic.
Here's the starting eleven of the Super Eagles of Nigeria for the game against the Central African Republic on Thursday the 7th of October, 2021.
Goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho
Defenders: Ola Aina, William Troost Ekong, Leon Balogun and Jamilu Collins
Midfielders: Frank Onyeka, Joseph Aribo and Kelechi Iheanacho
Forward, Simon Moses, Victor Osimhen, and Chidera Ejuke.
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