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AFCON: Nigeria know opponents as CAF releases knockout stage fixtures - Punch Newspapers

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20 January 2022The Super Eagles of Nigeria will face Tunisia in the Africa Cup of Nations last-16 stage.Nigeria finished Group D with a third successive win as they beat Guinea-Bissau 2-0, leaving runners-up Egypt to face Ivory Coast in the next round.

Three-time former winners Nigeria continued their fine start to the competition by sweeping aside Guinea-Bissau courtesy of second-half goals from Umar Sadiq and captain William Troost-Ekong.The Super Eagles will stay in Garoua to play third-placed team Tunisia in the last 16 on Sunday.

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These is the time for Nigerian to come together as one family God bless Nigeria After watching the match between Gambia vs Tunisia, I think the Tunisians will be a more favourable draw. This Gambians dey ball abeg, see shots This is bad

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[BREAKING] AFCON: Nigeria beat Guinea Bissau 2-0, set record - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria In fact, am impressed with Nigeria team...I believe together will bring home the trophy 🏆 🏆 🏆🏆🏆🏆 Very proud of u guy's cause u didn't disappoint us,so wetin remain now it's for guinea bissau coach to fulfill his vow 😂 😂😂 Guinea Bissau must die,because this is a promised oo

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What I told Super Eagles before first AFCON game -Eguavoen - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria Ok we de wait to hear the magic plan , so they’ll know your scope abi 🤦‍♂️ May God bring someone that will fix Nigeria same way the couch came and fixing the Eagles 😎 Would he have mentioned what he told them if they were ghana

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Published 20 January 2022 The Super Eagles of Nigeria will face Tunisia in the Africa Cup of Nations last-16 stage. Nigeria finished Group D with a third successive win as they beat Guinea-Bissau 2-0, leaving runners-up Egypt to face Ivory Coast in the next round. Three-time former winners Nigeria continued their fine start to the competition by sweeping aside Guinea-Bissau courtesy of second-half goals from Umar Sadiq and captain William Troost-Ekong. The Super Eagles will stay in Garoua to play third-placed team Tunisia in the last 16 on Sunday. Cape Verde will take on Sadio Mane’s Senegal in Bafoussam on January 25, while Malawi will meet Morocco on the same day in Yaounde after reaching the knockout rounds for the first time. Africa Cup of Nations last-16 fixtures (all times GMT): Sunday, Jan 23 Burkina Faso v Gabon, Limbe, 1600 Nigeria v Tunisia, Garoua, 1900 Monday, Jan 24 Guinea v Gambia, Bafoussam, 1600 Cameroon v Comoros, Yaounde (Olembe), 1900 Tuesday, Jan 25 Senegal v Cape Verde, Bafoussam, 1600 Morocco v Malawi, Yaounde (Ahmadou Ahidjo), 1900 Wednesday, Jan 26 Ivory Coast v Egypt, Douala, 1600 Mali v Equatorial Guinea, Limbe, 1900 Quarter-finals