By Adeboye Amosu:
The Super Eagles ended their Belgium tour on a winning note following a 3-0 win over 10-man Cameroon at the Edmond Matchens Stadium, Brussels, on Sunday.
Celtic of Scotland defender, Ambrose Efe, a replacement for the injured Keneth Omeruo, put the three-time African champions ahead in the 37th minute after a long period of domination.
Efe who nearly scored an own goal few minutes earlier nodded home Mikel Obi's perfect free-kick to give Sunday Oliseh's men a deserved lead.
The Indomitable Lions came close to equalizing twice before the end of the first half.
First, Vincent Aboubacar failed to get on the end of a superb cross from the right, while Tottenham of England new-boy Clinton Njie fluffed a glorious chance late in the half.
With barely a minute in the second half, Cameroon were reduced to 10 when captain of the side, Stephane Mbia, was sent off for a dangerous looking tackle on Sylvester Igbonu.
Despite playing with a man down, Cameroon dominated the early part of the half, but Moses Simon put the game beyond them when he blasted the ball home from the edge of the box following a wonderful long pass from Ahmed Musa in the 60th minute.
Vincent Aboubacar thought he had pulled a goal back for Cameroon in the 73rd minute, but the effort was ruled out for offside.
Substitute Odion Ighalo converterd the third three minutes from time nodding the ball home from a pinpoint Elderson Echiejile cross.