Rarings By Adeboye Amosu:
EMMANUEL DANIEL 6/10
Looked far more composed than in the previous game against Egypt. He made some vital saves and interceptions and kept a clean sheet for the first time in the competition.
SINCERE SETH 6/10
Performed his defensive task well, though contributed nothing going forward.
CHIZOBA AMAEFULE 5/10
His lack of pace was exposed by the Algerians a couple of times. He made a blunder early in the game which fortunately for him and his side was not capitalised on by the Algerians.
SEGUN ODUDUWA 5/10
Never looked assured
NDIFREKE EFFIONG 5/10
A better performance from the left-back than his previous outings in this competition, although he didn't support the attack much.
AZUBUIKE OKECHUKWU 5/10
The skipper of the side was less influential against the North Africans though did his defensive task well.
USMAN MOHAMMED 5/10
Did his best on the night, but was subdued by the opponents who dominated the midfield for the better parts of the game.
GODSPOWER ANIEFIOK 3/10
Never did anything right in the game and was duly substituted early in the second half by Tonbara Tiongoli.
KUFRE EBONG 3/10
Poor display by the Warri Wolves forward who took the place of the injured Stanley Dimgba in the starting eleven.
OGHENEKARO ETEBO 6/10
Had two opportunities of putting his side ahead in the first half, but was denied by the Algerian goalkeeper, otherwise it was a quiet evening for the highly rated forward.
JUNIOR AJAYI 4/10
The Tunisia-based striker contributed little to the game. He was marked out by the opposition defenders.
TONBARA TIONGOLI 3/10
Came in for the ineffective Godspower Aniefiok and did little to change the course of the game.
TAIWO AWONIYI 2/10
Another disapointing day for the forward who took the place of Kufre Ebong in the 60th minute.
VICTOR OSIMHEN (NOT RATED)
Came in for Junior Ajayi with seconds left in the game.
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