The Golden Eaglets of Nigeria are doing well in the AFCON U17 tournament going on in Algeria.
Their first match against Zambia ended in a 1-nil win by courtesy of a 76th minute strike from Favor Daniel, but unfortunately they lost 1-0 in the second game against Morocco despite having more possession of the ball.
In the third match against South Africa, they conceded an early goal but fought back to win 3-2 thanks to goals from Charles Agada, Light Eke and Abdullahi.
Before this tournament started, Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa visited the Golden Eaglets' camp and reportedly promised them 500,000 for each goal they will score in the AFCON competition.
So if Musa fulfills his promise, Nduka Ugbade's side will pocket 2 million for finding the back of the net 4 times already.
The money could go on to increase if they continue to score and also go far in the tournament, but they need to stop wasting goalscoring chances like they did against Morocco and South Africa.
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