With Nigeria preparing to face Benin Republic and Lesotho, we throw it back to what was one of Super Eagles' finest performances in recent years, their 3-2 win over Egypt at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON). Check it out!
During the group stage of the tournament, the striker made a great show as a substitute by scoring a much needed winner for Nigeria against Burundi.
They went on to pip Guinea 1-0 in the second game and surprisingly bowed 2-0 against Madagascar. With the Super Eagles finishing behind Madagascar, a second round clash with arch rivals Cameroon was unavoidable.
To see some of the memories from the Cameroon game, scroll through the gallery below!
Thrown into the starting line-up against the Indomitable Lions, Odion also known as Jude bagged a brace to ensure that the Super Eagles of Nigeria progressed to the quarter-finals at the Cameroonians' expense.
What is your favourite memory of the Super Eagles' Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2019 campaign?
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