Nigeria 3-1 Cote d’ Ivoire: Eaglets secure AFCON U-17 slot, get revenge over young Elephants - Premium Times Nigeria

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The Eaglets had to come from behind to win the semi-final against their Ivorian counterparts

Nigeria 3-1 Cote d’ Ivoire: Eaglets secure AFCON U-17 slot, get revenge over young Elephants

The Eaglets had to come from behind to win the semi-final against their Ivorian counterparts

June 21, 20222 min readThe Nigeria U-17 team have secured the twin target of qualifying for the final stage of the WAFU B U-17 championship as well as a qualification ticket to next year’s African U-17 championship billed for Algeria.Two free-kick goals from Man of the Match Emmanuel Michael and a header from Abubakar Abdullahi in the second half ensured victory for Nigeria’s national U-17 male team.

The Eaglets showed great tenacity in Tuesday’s semi-final tie at the 15,000 –capacity Cape Coast Stadium as the Coach Nduka Ugbade-led boys had a miserable start; falling to an early goal from the penalty spot.Yan Diomande scored from the penalty spot in the very first minute after a foul in the Nigerian box.

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by June 21, 2022 2 min read The Nigeria U-17 team have secured the twin target of qualifying for the final stage of the WAFU B U-17 championship as well as a qualification ticket to next year’s African U-17 championship billed for Algeria.Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets are through to the final of the WAFU B U-17 Championship after rallying back from a goal down to beat Cote d’ivoire 3-1 in their semi-final clash at the Cape Coast Stadium on Tuesday.Mike Oyebola Golden Eaglets head coach, Nduka Ugbade has said his players are battle-ready for Tuesday’s (today) semi-final clash against Cote d’lvoire at the WAFU B U-17 Championship.Golden Eaglets Coach, Nduka Ugbade.

Two free-kick goals from Man of the Match Emmanuel Michael and a header from Abubakar Abdullahi in the second half ensured victory for Nigeria’s national U-17 male team. The Eaglets showed great tenacity in Tuesday’s semi-final tie at the 15,000 –capacity Cape Coast Stadium as the Coach Nduka Ugbade-led boys had a miserable start; falling to an early goal from the penalty spot. The Ivorians took the lead from the penalty spot in the second minute. Yan Diomande scored from the penalty spot in the very first minute after a foul in the Nigerian box. Aside from a place in the final, at stake is the ticket to the 2023 Africa U-17 Cup of Nations in Algeria and Ugbade has challenged his players to give their best against their fellow West Africans. The Eaglets, however, showed great composure as Michael pulled the team level with his second free-kick of the tourney and added another one in the 42nd minute to give Nigeria a 2-1 lead at halftime. Nduka Ugbade’s boys took the lead for the first time in the game two minutes before the break through another free-kick converted by Michael. The Eaglets continued from where they stopped in the second half as Abdullahi doubled his team’s lead with a header off Yahaya Lawali’s beautiful assist.00 p.

Though the Ivorians tried to find their way back into the game, the Eaglets were solid and they were further constrained by a second yellow card to one of their players on the hour. Cote d’Ivoire were reduced to 10 men in the 64th minute when Makhete Moustapha N’diaye was sent off for a poor tackle.com. Tuesday’s victory, which is the most important for the Eaglets, comes on the heels of earlier 4-2 and 3-1 wins over Ghana’s Black Starlets 4-2 and Togo’s Young Sparrowhawks respectively. Aside from qualifying for the final and by extension the tournament in Algeria, the Eaglets will be happy to have gotten their pound of flesh off the Ivorians, who defeated them in the final of the same competition in Lome early last year. Related Topics:. ALSO READ: WAFU B U-17 Championship: Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets beat Togo to qualify for semi-final The Nigeria U17s will now wait to see who their final opponent will be between Ghana and Burkina Faso as both teams battle later today. We will throw everything into the fray. Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets are the most successful team in the world in the U-17 category with five titles but they have two CAF titles-2001 and 2007. They must win to secure a ticket to the U-17 Africa Cup of Nations, and from there to the U-17 World Cup, and from there to several opportunities and possibilities.

Interestingly, the present Eaglets coach, Ugbade, was the first player to lift the trophy in 1985 when it was a U-16 tournament. He has gone on to win the trophy as an assistant coach, in 2015, and now looking to complete the cycle; winning as a head coach. .