Iheanacho Spot Kick Saves Nigeria Against Senegal

Iheanacho Spot Kick Saves Nigeria Against Senegal

The Super Eagles of Nigeria extended at The Hive Stadium in London on Thursday night their unbeaten run to six following a 1-1 draw with Senegal. The Nigerian side last lost a match on March 29 in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt in Alexandria.

The Super Eagles had gone into Thursday’s match handicapped by the absence of key players such as Mikel Obi, Victor Moses and Carl Ikeme. Midway into the match, stand in captain, Ogenyi Onazi also got injured and had to be replaced by John Ogu.

Senegal controlled the better part of the first half but could not break the deadlocked until the 54th minute when Moussa Sow scored. Nigeria levelled up seven minutes to regulation time when Kelechi Iheanacho scored from the penalty spot.

Nigeria’s next match will be on Monday when the side face Burkina Faso at the same stadium.


1 Comment on this Post

  1. frank igwebueze

    What this means is that Nigeria is walking a tight rope in all its qualifying matches. The manager must put his acts together


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