A Cameroonian player lamenting the team’s 3-0 to Super Eagles. Photo: Goal
The Nigerian National side appears to be getting their groove back as they whipped the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon by a surprising 3-0 in another international friendly match which ended moments ago in Brussels, Belgium.
One goal in the first and two others in the second was all the Eagles needed to boost her dwindling image on the continent. Celtic FC of Scotland defender, Efe Ambrose opened the sheets for Nigeria which was consolidated 16 minutes into the second half by Moses Daddy Ajala-Simon who plays in the Belgian league. The KAA Gent striker converted a pass from teammate, Emmanuel Emenike who was also unfortunately unlucky on the night as he sought to end his goal draught which last saw him hit the net for the Super Eagles in 2013.
73rd minute substitute, Odion Ighalo sealed the win 15 minutes after coming in for Emenike with an impressive header.
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