WAFU-17 tourney: Golden Eaglets outshine Cote d'lvoire, zoom into final

6/21/2022 8:56:00 PM

WAFU-17 tourney: Golden Eaglets outshine Cote d'lvoire, zoom into final

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WAFU-17 tourney: Golden Eaglets outshine Cote d'lvoire, zoom into final

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

The Golden Eaglets also booked a spot at the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations following the win.The Ivorians took the lead from the penalty spot in the second minute.The Eaglets fought their way back with Emmanuel Michael netting the equaliser from a free-kick on the half hour mark.

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.They then put the game beyond the Ivorians a minute after the hour mark when Abdullahi Abubakar Idris nodded home from a free-kick.

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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.(NDLEA) says it has arrested 17, 647 drug offenders and 10 barons in the past 17 months.NDLEA arrests 39 drug peddlers in Abuja, seizes US, Dubai-bound drugs “That has brought to the fore the imperative of looking at the drug problem through the lens of public health and also tackling such as a broader social problem rather than through the conventional, narrow, criminal matter approach.

The Golden Eaglets also booked a spot at the Africa U-17 Cup of Nations following the win. The Ivorians took the lead from the penalty spot in the second minute. The Ivorians barely made it to this stage of the competition, with just one win in Group B. The Eaglets fought their way back with Emmanuel Michael netting the equaliser from a free-kick on the half hour mark. Mr Marwa also revealed that over 2,369 persons were convicted and jailed while more than 11,000 drug users were counselled and treated within the same period. 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 match against Cote d’Ivoire is of high importance to us. They then put the game beyond the Ivorians a minute after the hour mark when Abdullahi Abubakar Idris nodded home from a free-kick. He said, “The Agency’s policy of Drug Integrity Test is predicated on getting help to drug users suffering in silence because they cannot seek the needed health treatment due to social stigma and discrimination.

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. “This will also enable those afraid of stigmitisation to be able to seek help without necessarily being seen or identified by anyone,” Mr Marwa, a retired brigadier general, said. The Golden Eaglets will face the winner of the second semi-final between hosts Ghana and Burkina Faso in the final at the Cape Coast Stadium on Saturday. Related Topics: . “Whatever we have done here (beating Ghana and Togo) will not mean much if we don’t go all out and grab our ticket to the AFCON and to the Final.