Nigeria, Algeria share points in world cup qualifier

Ebony Scott
November 13, 2017

Nigeria House of Representatives member and former Proprietor of women's football club Omidiran Babes, Alhaja Ayo Omidiran, says the Super Eagles will not be too concerned by the outcome of their 2018 World Cup qualifier against Algeria in Constantine (Friday), reports.

Stand-in captain against Algeria, Leon Balogun is excited to lead the Nigerian team in the absence of Captain John Mikel Obi, saying it is a great honour to wear the captain arm-band.

The Eagles squandered a few scoring opportunities in the first half. But the referee pointed to the spot to the surprise of both sets of players and the spectators.

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"Congratulations to Ola Aina who made his first worldwide start for Nigeria Super Eagles in their 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw with Algeria", Hull wrote on their verified Twitter handle.

The group's other teams Zambia, on seven points, and Cameroon, on six points, will meet in another dead rubber encounter in Ndola on Saturday.

There'll be no better response from the Eagles than a strong showing later tonight in Constantine, before jetting off to Russian Federation to take on Lionel Messi and Argentina in a lavish global friendly Tuesday.

Other reports by GizPress

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