Moses and Troost-Ekong are named in AFCON Best XI in group stage

1/22/2022 5:26:00 PM

Moses and Troost-Ekong are named in AFCON Best XI in group stage

Moses and Troost-Ekong are named in AFCON Best XI in group stage

Two Nigerians are named in the Best XI for AFCON 2021's group stage

Wilfred Ndidi made the bench.In goal for the Best XI is Egypt’s Mohamed El Shenawi. The back four comprises Morocco’s Achraf Hakimi; Troost-Ekong; Egypt’s Ahmed Hegazy, and Côte d’Ivoire’s Konan. In the midfield are Guinea’s Naby Keita, Mali’s Yves Bissouma, and The Gambia’s Moussa Barrow.

The three attackers are Morocco’s Sofiane Boufal, Cameroon’s goalscorer supreme, Vincent Aboubakar, and Moses.On the substitutes bench of 12 players are Cameroon’s Andre Onana, Equatorial Guinea’s Iban Salvador; Tunisia’s Ali Maaloul; Senegal’s Abdou Diallo; Ndidi, Mali’s Massadio Haidara; Cameroon’s Karl Toko Ekanbi, Nouhou Tolo; Gabon’s Guelor Kanga; Guinea’s Amadou Diawara; Egypt’s Mohamed Salah, and Senegal’s Sadio Mane.

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.Eguavoen named best coach of AFCON group stage Author: Idris Shehu January 22, 2022 11:30 AM Austin Eguavoen, Super Eagles interim head coach, has been named as the best manager of the group stage at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cameroon.The Super Eagles of Nigeria interim manager has led his team to three victories from three matches, with Nigeria the only team to win all group stage games.Best Scorer: Vincent Abubakar (Cameroon) Best Young Player: Ilaix Moriba (Guinea) Best Goalkeeper: Mohamed Elshennawy (Egypt) Former Eagles’ captain Eguavoen featured for the Nigeria senior team for 11 years, between 1987 and 1998, during which he lifted the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994, held aloft the Afro-Asian Cup the following year, played in three AFCON finals (it could have been six but he missed the 1990 finals in Algeria; Nigeria withdrew from the 1996 finals and; was barred from the 1998 competition) and featured at the 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cup finals.

Wilfred Ndidi made the bench. In goal for the Best XI is Egypt’s Mohamed El Shenawi. The 56-year-old has overseen the impressive resurgence of the Eagles since he replaced Gernot Rohr in December 2021. The back four comprises Morocco’s Achraf Hakimi; Troost-Ekong; Egypt’s Ahmed Hegazy, and Côte d’Ivoire’s Konan. Also recognised where the duo of Moses Simon and captain William Troost-Ekong, both players listed in the group stage XI. In the midfield are Guinea’s Naby Keita, Mali’s Yves Bissouma, and The Gambia’s Moussa Barrow. He has been praised by many of the footballers in the squad for bestowing upon them newly-fangled freedom and credited for adding a breath of fresh air to the team. The three attackers are Morocco’s Sofiane Boufal, Cameroon’s goalscorer supreme, Vincent Aboubakar, and Moses. On Thursday, Eguavoen waved aside the record of his being the only Nigeria coach to have led the Super Eagles to win all three group phase matches at the AFCON, when his wards steamrolled Ghana, Zimbabwe and Senegal in Egypt 16 years ago.

On the substitutes bench of 12 players are Cameroon’s Andre Onana, Equatorial Guinea’s Iban Salvador; Tunisia’s Ali Maaloul; Senegal’s Abdou Diallo; Ndidi, Mali’s Massadio Haidara; Cameroon’s Karl Toko Ekanbi, Nouhou Tolo; Gabon’s Guelor Kanga; Guinea’s Amadou Diawara; Egypt’s Mohamed Salah, and Senegal’s Sadio Mane. Advertisement. The Watford defender has also scored a goal at AFCON. Nigeria’s Super Eagles beat Egypt 1-0; Sudan 2-0, and .