Eguavoen said this ahead of Nigeria’s final Group D fixture against Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday.Ighalo was denied the chance to represent Nigeria at the 2021 AFCON after the former Manchester United star was not released by his club, Al Shabab.Osimhen, on the other hand, was replaced in Nigeria’s squad for the 2021 AFCON by Slavia Prague’s Peter Olayinka after failing to recover in time from a facial injury.
In the absence of both strikers, Taiwo Awoniyi has led the attack line for Eguavoen’s men against Egypt and Sudan, but the Union Berlin attacker is yet to make much impact in the competition.The Super Eagles missed a number of good chances in their two AFCON wins against Egypt and Sudan, but Eguavoen admitted things would have been different with Ighalo and Osimhen at his disposal.Read more: Daily Post Nigeria »
AFCON: How Egypt's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah - Punch Newspapers AFCON : How Egypt's defeat to Nigeria helped us beat Guinea-Bissau -Salah If your lifestyle revolves around a particular habitation which you see a far-sight of your future, I would say there shouldn't be a limit to realizing your dream home. 😊 Send us a DM today ForBookingNEnquiries Designedtostay You lied,the goal Guinea Bissau scored was a legitimate goal. Lie, Egypt cheated
AFCON 2021: Eguavoen to make many changes for Guinea-Bissau clashSuper Eagles interim coach, Austine Eguavoen , has said he will give fringe players in the squad a chance against Guinea-Bissau in next Wednesday’s I know already It's necessary to allow for those on the bench too to have some good time
I’ll bring in fresh legs against Guinea-Bissau – Eguavoen - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria Nice move The most important thing is for them to win. That's a good idea Coach,haven secured a solid 6 points.This new legs will be test-runned using GBissau to experiment their potentials.
BREAKING: Nigeria vs Sudan: Eguavoen names Super Eagles' starting XI for AFCON matchInterim manager of Nigeria's Super Eagles, Augustine Eguavoen , has named his side's starting XI to face Sudan in today's 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, Follow UsamaMYahya
AFCON: How Nigeria helped us correct our lapses - Mo SalahAfter a 1-0 loss against Nigeria in their AFCON opener, Salah kept the hope of Egypt alive in the encounter against Guniea-Bissau, on Saturday. I believe my Egyptian kin will definitely put a ball For good football betting Search and join ' LADSBROKE' on telegram his football tips are amazing But am seeing him with Nigeria not Guinea Bissau
AFCON 2021: How loss to Nigeria helped Egypt - SalahAfter being caged against Nigeria, Salah was man-of-the-match against Guinea Bissau.
the ongoing 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, AFCON, in Cameroon.Published 16 January 2022 Mohamed Salah got back among the goals for Egypt on Saturday as his second-half strike handed the record seven-time African champions a crucial 1-0 win over Guinea-Bissau in Garoua that was not without controversy.dead-rubber clash.…says Eagles not clinical enough Super Eagles interim coach, Austin Eguavoen, has admitted that his side has not been clinical enough at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, PUNCH Sports Extra reports.
Eguavoen said this ahead of Nigeria’s final Group D fixture against Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday. Ighalo was denied the chance to represent Nigeria at the 2021 AFCON after the former Manchester United star was not released by his club, Al Shabab. Salah’s first-time finish at the back post in the 69th minute got his and his team’s campaign in Cameroon up and running after they had lost 1-0 to Nigeria in their opening Group D game. Osimhen, on the other hand, was replaced in Nigeria’s squad for the 2021 AFCON by Slavia Prague’s Peter Olayinka after failing to recover in time from a facial injury. Sudan and Guinea-Bissau have one point each. In the absence of both strikers, Taiwo Awoniyi has led the attack line for Eguavoen’s men against Egypt and Sudan, but the Union Berlin attacker is yet to make much impact in the competition. Egypt, who also hit the woodwork three times, will feel they deserved the victory on the balance of play and Carlos Queiroz’s team now need only draw their last group game against neighbours Sudan in Yaounde on Wednesday to guarantee safe passage to the last 16. The Super Eagles missed a number of good chances in their two AFCON wins against Egypt and Sudan, but Eguavoen admitted things would have been different with Ighalo and Osimhen at his disposal. We are not clinical enough in front of goal; we missed a couple of sitters in the games we’ve played.
“They [Ighalo and Osimhen] are two different players who can actually score two goals out of three chances. After the defeat against Nigeria we had to rearrange ourselves. ”We will play to win the game and I trust the players to do a great job,” Eguavoen told a press conference after the game against Sudan. Awoniyi and Sadiq are two different types of players too,” Eguavoen said after the team’s training session on Sunday in Garoua. “That is not to say they can’t score goals.” “It was a really tough game and we were a little bit lucky with the foul,” Salah admitted to broadcasters at the end of the match. Awoniyi has been scoring goals in the German league and Sadiq as well. “The good thing is that we are not giving the responsibility to the strikers alone.” Salah, who had not scored in any of his previous six appearances for Egypt this season, struck the post with just 84 seconds played. “Coaching of this team started on January 6 and it was difficult to take the risk because it was better to play with a team that has been together for some time.
Other players, too, can score goals for us. “We have given Aribo the chance to move up the field and he has done that very well. He could have scored one or two goals against Sudan. Anybody can score in our team. “However, Ighalo and Osimhen are two different players from what we’ve now, that is why we are trying to play to our strengths. “Every team at this tournament is good enough to win this trophy, whoever comes our way we will be ready to play them.
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