Nigerians are still excited that the Super Eagles defeated Central Africa Republic national team 2-0 in FIFA World Cup qualifier return leg in Cameroon on Sunday afternoon to return back to winning way. The three times Africa Cup of Nations Champions were defeated 1-0 by the same opponent at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos State last week Thursday in the first leg, but they were able to fight back in the return leg to get the maximum three points.
The Nigeria national team popularly known as the Super Eagles are all but set to play Cape Verde national team in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifiers, and they've already shown their readiness for the must win encounter. The former Africa Cup of Nations Champions were exceptional in their first game of the World Cup qualifiers on Friday, as they defeated Liberia national team 2-0 in Lagos to move to the top spot of their group table.
Three changes Gernot Rohr made that helped Super Eagles to defeat Central Africa Republic 2-0 in WCQ
Super Eagles of Nigeria head coach Gernot Rohr made some changes on Sunday afternoon, as his team defeated Central Africa Republic national team 2-0 in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualifier in Cameroon. The three times Africa Cup of Nations Champions were defeated by the same opponent on Thursday evening at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere area of Lagos State, but they were able to redeem their image on Sunday, as they beat their opponent by 2-0 to extend their lead on top of the group table.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will continue their FIFA World Cup qualifier against the Cape Verde national team on Tuesday evening, and a victory for the team will definitely give them the opportunity to extend their lead on top of their group table. Gernot Rohr led team are currently sitting at the top spot of group C table with 3 points from 1 match played, thanks to Friday evening's victory over Liberia national team at Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos.