It was the final match day of the AFCON group stages. Nigeria vs Guinea Bissau. Nigeria who are on fire in this AFCON and have displayed absolute brilliancy throughout all their matches were to face Guinea Bissau.
The Captain of Guinea Bissau has vowed that they will rather die than lose to the Super Eagles of Nigeria. They lost at last and here is how it all happened.
The first goal came at the second half after a really tough first half. Sadiq Umar scored at the 56th minute to give Nigeria the lead. It was just a wonder to the eyes.
The second and final goal of the match that sealed their victory came from no one other than Troost Ekong. That was all for Guinea Bissau.
Moses Simon was a sensation throughout all the group stage matches and for that he deserves respect. He has been a threat to the defense.
Nigerians tweeted that Ghana should watch how it is done. Ghana are out of the AFCON while Nigeria is as strong as ever. They won all their matches. The Black Stars need to learn how it is done. It is the self motivation and desire to win that drives the Super Eagles squad.
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