NOT GOOD ENOUGH: How Home Eagles Rated Vs Morocco

NOT GOOD ENOUGH: How Home Eagles Rated Vs Morocco

Completesportsnigeria.com’s ADEBOYE AMOSU runs the rule over the performance of the Home Eagles in their African Nations Championship final defeat against Morocco…

DELE AJIBOYE 7/10
Conceded four times in the game but still posted an impressive showing. He was let down by his defence for all the goals.

OSAS OKORO 4/10
Failed to live up to his previous heights in the competition as he was badly exposed by the Moroccans.

STEPHEN EZE 4/10
Eze was not at his best in the game and was giv a run around by the Moroccans. It was no doubt his worst showing of the competition.

KALU ORJI 5\10
The stand-in skipper tried in vain to put the defence together especially after Moses Eneji’s dismissal without success. He made a couple of vital blocks but it was not enough to prevent his side from losing.

IKOUWEN UDOH 6/10
A slightly above average performance from the young defender who was Nigeria’s best defender in the game. Played a number of defence splitting passes and defended well too.

EMEKA ATULOMA 4/10
Returned to the starting line-up after missing the semi-final win against Sudan due to injury. The Rivers United player started the game well but fizzled out like most of his teammates and was forced off in the second half due to injury.

RABIU ALI 4/10
A below-par showing which summed up his performance in the competition. He was replaced in the 57th minute by Augustine Oladapo.

DAYO OJO 4/10
Toiled hard to impress in the game with no success. He was outnumbered in midfield by the Moroccans.

EMEKA OGBUBH 4/10
Another player who returned to the starting line-up after missing out against Sudan due to injury. He probably did not shake off the injury enough as never really get into gear in the game.

MOSES ENEJI 4/10
Looked lively in what was his first start of the competition but was dismissed early in the second half for a rash challenge.

GABRIEL OKECHUKWU 5/10
He was completely isolated upfront and did not get the kind of service he would have required.

SUBSTITUTES

ANTHONY OKPOTU 3/10
Came in for Emeka Ogbuh early in the second half and didn’t do anything positive to turn the game around.

AUGUSTINE OLADAPO 4/10
He was surprisingly left on the bench after impressing in the semi-final against Sudan. He could do nothing to change the fortune of his team after his introduction for Rabiu Ali in the 56th minute.

MUSTAPHA IBRAHIM 2/10
Another substitute who did nothing to affect the game.

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COMMENTS

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  • obi10,990000 4 months ago

    I hear say Chelsea wan sign okpotu nah tru?

  • Okeren Kelvin 4 months ago

    Point of correction,El the no 9 never dey play for the main team

    • Supatemmy 4 months ago

      @Kelvin but most of them play for the national team.
      Though, that’s not an excuse,but they still try a bit

  • Steve 4 months ago

    @djch, why are all over the place defending this inept eagle players ?…they played rubbish and the referee was OK, mind you we are playing home team and you don’t expect favours from the referee?…our team was technically and tactically nothing to write home about in that match , in fact I score all of them ,including the coach 2!!