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Minute By Minute: Nigeria Vs Cameroun

Super Eagles Line Up vs Cameroon

Ikeme, Abdullahi, Ambrose, Balogun, Echiejile, Mikel, Onazi, Igboun, Simon, Emenike, Musa

*The Eagles have won two of their four friendlies against Cameroon, drawing the other two.

*39 goals have been scored in the previous meetings between both teams.

The Indomitable Lions players are getting on the pitch. The flag bearers and crowd are expectant.

The two teams are on the pitch now with the countries' national teams set to be recited. The Super Eagles are in all white strips; Cameroon are in their traditional green shirts over red shots.

Nigeria's anthem is first to be sang.

FT: Nigeria 3- 0 Cameroon

90- Shehu Abdullahi attended to by the medics

GOAL. Nigeria score third goal through Odion Ighalo from an Echejile cross

86- Freekick to Cameroon. But Nigeria gets their now, Shehu Abdullahi brought down

82- The Eagles lose out to Cameroon in possession

78- Iwobi in for Musa (Nigeria)

75- The Lions in control at the moment but the ball is out of the Eagles' danger zone.

72- Aboubakar's goal ruled for offside, his celebration cut short

65- The Cameroon side are making a substitution; Fai for Bassong

63- Vincent Aboubakar fouls Ahmed Musa. Mikel Obi meanwhile is getting replaced by Wilfred Ndidi

60- Cameroon with a corner now but the ball is our of danger

GOAL!! Moses Simon pounces on a Musa cross, he takes out his marker and unleashes a low shot with his left foot which beats Ondoa. 2-0

58- The Eagles win a throw-in for Nigeria

56- Carl Ikeme parries a Moukandjoo swerving shot, earns the Lions a corner

53- The Supet Eagles with the passes around their 18-yard box.

50- Vincent Aboubakar wins a freekick for Cameroon. But its Nigeria's turn within seconds

48- The supporters club in high spirits as Mbia runs out of the pitch. Mikel takes the freekick but the Eagles concede a freekick

47- Stephane Mbia gets a second yellow card and a red for a foul on Sylvester Igbonu

45- Nigeria kick off the 2nd half.

HT: Nigeria 1-0 Cameroon

44- Clinton Njie lays a pass from the left side of attack after a mazy run but it eludes everyone

44- Moukandjoo's shot isn't a problem for Ikeme

43- Vincent Aboubakar causes some trepidation for the Eagles with a cross shot but the ball fizzles out of touch

42- The Cameroon forwards attack Eagles backline but Carl Ikeme gathers from a strayed cross.

40- Ahmed Musa wins Nigeria a corner. Mikel takes it but Cameroon kick out the ball

38-GOAL.  Efe Ambrose scores off a header from a Mikel freekick. Nigeria 1-0 Cameroon.

37- Cameroon defenders heave a collective sigh of relief from Eagles attacks and clears for a throw-in

34- Poor communication by Ikeme and Efe leads to a Lions' corner. Ikeme to kick out the ball out now

32- The Eagles forward Igbonu unleashes a shot but it is saved. Emmanuel Emenike is fouled and wins a freekick for Nigeria

30- Cameroon's Chedjou charges at the Eagles midfield but ends up winning a corner

27- Mikel's final ball after his passes with Echiejile goes stray but the playmaker organises the team play again

26- The Nigerian fans are crying out for a goal. Meanwhile Simon Moses' pace continues to worry the Lions but he loses the ball

25- The Eagles exchange good passes but the menacing Musa has the ball stolen from his feet.

22- Emenike's shot parried away bu Oandar. Vincent Aboubakar's effort saved by Carl Ikeme

20- A yellow card to Ahmed Musa for a foul.

19- The Eagles are in possession of the ball and are spraying the passes around

17-Sylvester Igbonu is down writhing in pain at the edge of the Cameroon box and is attended to by the medics.

The match has restarted

14-Mikel with a freekick now but the Eagles soon win another freekick as Emenike goes down from a challenge. The Cameroon wall is set and now block Onazi's shot

Simon's pace a worry for the Lions but thery deal with the threat

11- Ogenyi Onazi's pass cut out the Lions launch an attack but Echiejile delivers a throw-in for the Eagles now

9- Emenike and Musa combine beautifully but the Lions clear the ball on the goal line

8- Igbonu, now Simon Moses win Nigeria a freekick. Cameroon eventually get a throw-in

6- Makandjoo wins a freekick for the Lions.

4- Shehu Abdullahi kicks the ball and its a throw to the Lions.

Nigeria's Emenike's intended cross was poor

3- Freekick to Cameroon but Nigeria regain possession

2- Nigeria's Igbonu wins a freekick for Nigeria. The Eagles build from the back

What's your view about Nigeria's performance against Cameroon? Send your views and comments using the Leave A Reply Column.

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4 Comments

  1. Congratulations to coach Sunday Olishe and Nigerians. It was like yesterday! The same Cameroon team that puts Sunday Olishe to tears at the 2000 Nations Cup final in Lagos on Sunday as the Captain of the team then, the same Olishe, now (coach) dusted the Cameroonian team in today’s match on the same Sunday. Congratulations once again to the entire team and NFF.
    However, Nigerians will never forgive Sunday Olishe and NFF if Enyeama do not return to the team and handing over to him his captain band. Shikena, lobatan/period! God bless Nigeria!

  2. Reply Post By anosike Emmanuel kclimpopo

    Nice outing I didn’t watch the game but I believe they did better than they previous game against Dr Of Congo. Better performance in their upcoming game is what will are expecting from them. Well done guys

  3. Congratulations to coach Sunday Olishe and Nigerians. It was like yesterday! The same Cameroon team that puts Sunday Olishe to tears at the 2000 Nations Cup final in Lagos on Sunday as the Captain of the team then, the same Olishe, now (coach) dusted the Cameroonian team in today’s match on the same Sunday. Congratulations once again to the entire team and NFF.
    However, Nigerians will never forgive Sunday Olishe and NFF if Enyeama do not return to the team and handling over to him his captain band. Shikena, lobatan/period! God bless Nigeria!

  4. Reply Post By Joshua Lamba Pushit

    The Eagles were outstanding in the games and i was so glad they put their acts together after their loss to D.R Congo. They were near ninety percent in all the department of the match,but,i urgent the Coach to work on the defemce line and the keeper too because i notice some laxity from them and poor timing from the keeper in the match and even in the match against Congo D R. There is also poor coordination up front with the strikers,holding the ball more than expected and poor positioning. All the same,it is a good performance but,its not yet uhuru for the coach and the players until we see ourselves in Nation Cup and Russian 2018. Any thing short of that,is just a mere dancing in the bare sun without no one applauding you or just chasing after the wind. I wish them all the best.

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