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Minute By Minute: Nigeria Vs Brazil

 Flying Eagles line-up vs Brazil: Enaholo; Musa, Mustapha, Ndidi, Bello; Ifeanyi, Ify Matthew, Iheanacho; Yahaya, Awoniyi, Success. 

1- Nigeria kick off
5- Brazil score first goal of the game, Gabriel finishing off a swift counter and pull outr from right wing
10- Isaac Success equalises, rounding the keeper after a breaktaking counter. 1-1. This came few seconds after Iheanacho's shot cannoned off the bar
18- Ndidi brings down Dunivan; freekick Brazil. Enaholo in Nigeria goal pushes it out for a corner

What is your opinion about Nigeria's defeat to Brazil? Can the Flying Eagles still qualify from the group?
23- Great pass by Isaac Success but its too long for Awoniyi to pounce on; missed chance.

25- Brazil's corner. Enaholo is fouled by Danilo, Brazil skipper
26- Freekick given to Nigeria. success fouled. The effort was poor and wasted.

29- Musa Yahaya scores Nigeria's second goal of the game; its Nigeria 2-1 Brazil.

34- Taiwo Awoniyi slides his near post effort wide
35- Judivan makes it 2-2 after a slack defending.

40- Wilfred Ndidi concedes a corner but thankfully the header by Lucao goes wide.

44- Gabriel Jesus, Brazil's number 10 receives first yellow card of the game for a foul on Musa Mohammed.

45- HT: Nigeria 2-2 Brazil.

45- Guilherme brings down Musa Mohammed.
47- Taiwo Awoniyi glides past his marker, making use his physical advantage but Brazil keeper, Jean, pushes his shot wide for a corner

55- Enaholo mistimes his punch at the ball but the Eagles got a goalkick

57- Joao Pedro gets the better of Wilfred Ndidi but Enaholo to the rescue
58- Marlon booked for a foul
59- Goal for Brazil. Boschilia's shot takes a wicked deflection and beats the Nigerian keeper. Nigeria 2-3 Brazil.

62- Guilherme's angled strike misses target, a relief to the troubled Flying Eagles defence.

66- Mustapha Abdullahi gets yellow carded for a foul.

73- Saviour Godwin replaces Musa Yahaya who earlier missed a good chance with a header which was cleared by the Brazilians.
74- Kingsley Sokari replaces Kelechi Iheanacho

76- Gulherme replaced by Malcom (11)

80- Matthew Ifeanyi's shots goes up and off target from the edge of the box.

82- Judivan makes it 4-2. Joshua Enaholo's gaffe gifts Brazil a goal that all may have won the Brazilians the game

85- Judivan almost scores there; Enaholo left stranded
87- Enaholo saves from the feet of Gabriel Jesus

88- Taiwo Awoniyi misses a good chance to reduce the deficit but his left footed jab goes up and off target

90- Jaja (in) comes off the bench to replace Judivan (out) (Brazil)

FT Nigeria 2 – 4 Brazil

What is your opinion about Nigeria's defeat against Brazil on Monday?

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16 Comments

  1. Reply Post By Prince Emenike Iheanacho

    Well our first match with brazil is not the end of the game, so there is still Hope for Nigerian team .

  2. Reply Post By Diran

    Today’s match was a real flop starting from
    the coach to the kepper and to the star
    players…U got 2 work really hard to still be in
    the competition and may God help u.Amen…
    Happy New Month to u guys

  3. Reply Post By duke

    Great !!
    1]The Nigerian coach is the culprit for the defeat. He had the opportunity to correct his mid field choices..needed a stopper badly..Idowu and Nwakali.
    2] He made further wrong substitution upfront as Awoniyi should have been changed after 5 misses.Also the keeper at halftime should have been replaced..VERY JITTERY.
    3] The coaches were more interested in show casing their local talents for scouts in a VERY high profile tactical match and the LOST IT.
    5]For this time Manu Garba got it all wrong

  4. Reply Post By duke

    Great !! 1]The Nigerian coach is the culprit for the defeat. He had the opportunity to correct his mid field choices..needed a stopper badly..Idowu and Nwakali. 2] He made further wrong substitution upfront as Awoniyi should have been changed after 5 misses.Also the keeper at halftime should have been replaced..VERY JITTERY. 3] The coaches were more interested in show casing their local talents for scouts in a VERY high profile tactical match and the LOST IT. 5]For this time Manu Garba got it all wrong

  5. Reply Post By omo9ja

    Hmm, the same story the same sscene it is clear now that our indigenous coaches are not good enough. I’m a Manu Garba fan but the man failed Nigeria. Why Nigerian coaches can’t manage success? From Keshi to Manu Garba! Why did he changed his winning team and his patterns of play? Where is Abubarka and Okon?They are been dropped for these players. Corruptions. Hmm, now he have paid the price! He doesn’t know what to do! Late sub, that’s Nigeria coaches for you. Brazil wasn’t a good team in today’s match but Manu Garba couldn’t tell his boys to calm down and play their game . NFF also failed Nigerians for the new jersey. The new jersey is too bad.
    Solution to the problem:
    Garba needs to make some changes to his first eleven. Problem solved! They can still qualify but can they play well against big teams? And another problem is, they talk too much! You don’t talk too much but you prove yourself on the field of play. Both Manu Garba and his team did that before the match against Brazil and they were punished because, when ever you feel that you are on top of the world, that’s the beginning of ta failure. As I always said, you do good, I hail you and you do the opposite, you get nailed. A word is enough for the wise. God bless Nigeria!

  6. Reply Post By Fred O. Owoicho

    This defeat is a good omen for our team as it will help to curb over-confidence which has become their second name. Also the match will help Manu Garba and his team to identify and learn from their mistakes, especially the somewhat weak defence. All hope is not lost because we have a good team, but they must take each of their subsequence games and opponents seriously. I believe we will qualify to the knockout stage, and then take it from there.

  7. Reply Post By Dolours

    Good game no blames naija can do better

  8. Reply Post By Idowu

    So bad of you guys

    Bello played so bad .where is Izu .and where is Bernard Bulbwa why Idowu is not there and why Nwakali not there also those guys played let nigeria Down so sad we lost to brazil again

    I wont get out of it so easyly i really felt so bad the whole nigerians are down 

  9. Reply Post By victor

    Hmmm, I was so surprised @ the starting line up, isaac and awoniyi normally isaac starts and awoniyi comes in as a sub, mustapha on the other hand was like a gate pass for the brazilians if I can notice the fact that he was not in the game I see no reason why the coach did not see it so as to substitute him from the game, the game was ours for the taking until our father Christmas in the person of enaholo the goal kipper decided to gift brazil with 2 good goals, I mean he was just shaking @ the goal post lost his composure and fumbled all through, I just pray they put this behind them get their acts together and win the next match.

  10. Reply Post By Idowu

    NFF YOU FAILED IN THAT JERSEY TOO BAD NOT BRIGHT LIKE NIGERIA JERSEY 

     

  11. Reply Post By C C JAMES

    This is the time of blame but its the time to make corrections. The needs to change his tactics and strategise on his system team formation because the team focuses more on attacking than defending. And also in the mid-field they to control the game and should give opponent chance to play.

  12. Reply Post By sammy jos

    We were carried away with the trial friendly matches that we played against the German teams and thereby under-estimated Brazil. l remember Etim Essien warned the team of the consequences of over confidence and over-rating of our team because he was a victim of a Nigeria team in the past – 1989 team. the best set of the flying eagles Nigeria has ever produced. The coach and his technical team should go back to their drawing board and make necessary correction(s) before the next match. All hopes are not lost until after the next match. Good luck.

  13. Reply Post By julliet

    Iheanacho was a ghost no one is talking about him he should have ben changed earlier and coach next match put him on the bench… why should Moses simon a regular in belgian league with 7 goals sit on bench for an academy player Iheanacho while you trust that keeper over alapasu? sentiments is killing the coach.

  14. Reply Post By julliet

    Iheanacho was a ghost no one is talking about him he should have been changed earlier and coach next match put him on the bench… why should Moses simon a regular in belgian league with 7 goals sit on bench for an academy player Iheanacho while you trust that keeper over alapasu? sentiments is killing the coach.

  15. Reply Post By okponku

    hope we are not going to witness the repeatation of  CHILE 87. dont know what went wrong with these lads , this wasnt the team i knew. i mean the team with full fitness, confidence, ball possesion, mass attacking/defending. instead jittering , too  many loss of ball control and very very poor defending.

    the coaching crew have a lot work to do right now, probably new starting list to avoid walloping like Etim Esin lads. God help naija

  16. i think the XI starting does not work for Nigeria, i don’t even know what the coach is trying to do…
    Mr. coach if you continue like this, you will be the first African country to come back home.
    and don’t forget that Nigerians will sack you like a Dog.
    don’t have petty on those whose cant do the job, i mean those whose cant give you the result you need. good luck……..

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