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Egypt down, Sudan next – Awoniyi - Punch Newspapers

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Super Eaglesstriker, Taiwo Awoniyi, has charged his teammates to be at their best and put up a better performance in their second Group D game against Sudan at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.The Eagles are billed to face the Falcons of Jediane on Saturday at the Roumde Adija Stadium, Garoua.

Awoniyi got the nod ahead of fellow strikers Sadiq Umar and Peter Olayinka and did not disappoint as the three-time African champions humbled Mohamed Salah-led Egypt on Tuesday, with Kelechi Iheanacho scoring the all-important goal that secured the victory.

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E no go even score I'm back on twitter, I don tire to see screenshots on WhatsApp. Make una follow me for instant follow back. Amen🙌🏽 This guy is fine😘☺️ No be for paper o make una do am for pitch before them go come shock us o No quibble. Naija should take Sudan into d other room, show balling skills. Gbam

Okare omode yii Up eagles Keep on moving Taiwo Ayoniyi my boy 🤗🤗🤗 Let's play every game as if we are playing our final. We should not underestimate any opponent No be for mouth E fit shock una..... After missing chances of scoring

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Good job boy Keep it good boys. We know say one day una go make us proud. 😅 Exactly

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14 January 2022 Super Eagles striker, Taiwo Awoniyi, has charged his teammates to be at their best and put up a better performance in their second Group D game against Sudan at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.12 January 2022 Kindly share this story: Egypt’s Mohamed Salah (centre) vying with Nigeria’s defender William Troost-Ekong (right) during their Group D 2021 Africa Cup of Nations match at Stade Roumde Adjia in Garoua …on Tuesday.Injured Omeruo doubtful for Sudan clash Three precious points was the reward for the Eagles, as they look forward to their second match of the competition against Sudan’s Falcons of Jediane on Saturday.Published 14 January 2022 GAC Motor, the official automobile partner for the Nigeria Football Federation has congratulated the Super Eagles on their first win at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

The Eagles are billed to face the Falcons of Jediane on Saturday at the Roumde Adija Stadium, Garoua. Awoniyi got the nod ahead of fellow strikers Sadiq Umar and Peter Olayinka and did not disappoint as the three-time African champions humbled Mohamed Salah-led Egypt on Tuesday, with Kelechi Iheanacho scoring the all-important goal that secured the victory. Photo: AFP Published 12 January 2022 Egypt coach, Carlos Queiroz, has said his team’s poor performance in the first half of the Africa Cup of Nations encounter with Nigeria caused Pharaohs’ loss. The Union Berlin striker was unlucky not to have scored as his header struck the underside of the post and bounced out in the 49th minute of the tie, but he was a constant threat to the Pharaohs with his bullish style. Nigeria is led to AFCON 2021 by Augustine Eguavoen, who was on-field captain when the Eagles won the title in Tunisia in 1994, and then coached the Eagles to third place in Egypt 12 years later. He is expected to retain his place against the Sudanese on Saturday. According to him, Pharaohs were no where to be found on the pitch in the first half. Speaking ahead of the game, the 24-year-old striker said despite their impressive outing against the Pharaohs, they must remain at their best when they play the Falcons of Jediane.

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