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2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Seek Redemption Against Egypt

2023 U-20 AFCON: Flying Eagles Seek Redemption Against Egypt

Flying Eagles will be gunning to get back on track in the ongoing Africa U20 Cup of Nations as they trade tackles with host nation Egypt on Matchday Day 2 on Wednesday at the Cairo International Stadium.

The Nigeria U20 men’s team lost narrowly to the Junior Teranga Lions of Senegal 0-1 in the opening game on Sunday but still stands a chance of qualifying for the quarter-final stage of the competition.

Coach Isah Ladan Bosso will likely be without midfielder Daniel Daga, who was substituted against Senegal due to injury he sustained during the encounter. The result of the scan examination expected later today will ascertain the extent of injury.

Despite the loss in the opening game, the Flying Eagles are upbeat they can upset the host nation and put their campaign back on track, as a win will put the team in good stead to qualify for the last eight.

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The Flying Eagles boast of a rich pedigree in the competition with seven titles to their name while the Egyptians have won it four times.

The Young Pharoahs’ game against Mozambique ended in stalemate on opening day and the host nation has only one point and will battle the Flying Eagles hard for the three points inside one of the biggest football arenas on the continent.

Nigeria and Egypt last met in semi-final stage of the Africa U20 Cup of Nations with the Egyptians taking the day by two goals to nothing.

Kick-off time for Wednesday’s game is 7pm local time (6pm Nigeria time).


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Ako Amadi 1 year ago

    Can we please forget these flying but hopeless Eagles.Had Ladan Bosso been a foreign coach everybody would have been calling for his head.

  • Bobo Colorado Springs 1 year ago

    ‘Redemption’ is now the new word for our national teams.

  • Victor 1 year ago

    I don’t know why the word ‘Redemption’, ‘bouncing back’ is always closest to clueless team and coach

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