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Monday, Could presumably perhaps also 9, 2022
Nigerian Flying Eagles
Nigeria’s National Under-20 men football team, the Flying Eagles, on Sunday in Niamey beat their Ghanian counterpart 2-0 within the WAFU-B U-20 championship.
The opening match in Neighborhood B of the competitors used to be played on the Fashioned Seyni Kountche Stadium, Niamey, Niger Republic.
The Ladan Bosso tutored boys started the match on a shiny side with Aminu Muhammad opening scoring within the Fifth minute with a polished pause that unsettled the Ghanians.
The Ghanians tried to rally back but had been stopped of their tracks by the Nigerian defence marshalled by team captain Oluwatosin Adegbite.
On resumption of the 2d half, the Flying Eagles doubled their lead by means of substitute Ahmed Abdullahi within the 78th minute.
Coach Bosso, after the match, praised the resilience of his boys whereas assuring of an improved side within the next match.
The Flying Eagles, who’re seven-time African champions, will on Wednesday face Burkina Faso within the 2d and remaining sport of the community on the the same venue.
Cote D’Ivoire had on Saturday horrified host Niger Republic 1-0 within the Neighborhood A opener whereas Benin Republic beat Togo by the the same margin within the the same community.
The waste two groups from each and every community will development to the competitors’s semi-finals, whereas only the two finalists would qualify for the 2023 Under-20 AFCON in Egypt.
All four semi finalists from the Egypt match will qualify to signify Africa within the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.
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