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Nigerian Super Eagles Breaks 8 Years Record In Benin Republic With A Narrow Victory Against Benin

The Nigerian Super Eagles defeated Benin Republic by 1:0 to break a ten years old Unbeaten record in Benin Republic and also book thier place in next year's African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

It was a tight game between the two rivals as the host pull out brilliant defensive performance to tame the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho, Victor Osimhen and Henry Onyekuru in the attack.

Super Eagles head coach Genort Rohr was forced to change the starting line up after Alex Iwobi was tested positive for COVID 19.

Henry Onyekuru replaced the Everton's attacker and it was a brilliant performance from the former Monaco player.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria missed couple of chances in the first half of the game through Napoli's striker Victor Osimhen.

Paul Onuachu's late strike sealed the victory for the super eagles of Nigeria and booked them a place in next year's African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.

Onuachu broke the deadlock in the 90+3 munites after coming in from bench in the second half of the game.

With the score line, Nigeria broke the Eight years unbeaten record in Benin Republic.

The super Eagles of Nigeria have not won Benin Republic on thier home land since last 2013.

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