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2023 U-20 AFCON: How Brilliant Flying Eagles Rated In Big Win Vs Tunisia

2023 U-20 AFCON: How Brilliant Flying Eagles Rated In Big Win Vs Tunisia

Completesports.com’s ADEBOYE AMOSU rates the performance of Flying Eagles players in their 4-0 win against Tunisia at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday…

CHIJOKE ANIAGBOSO 5/10
Lacked confidence in goal. Fluffed a couple of easy balls in the game.

DANIEL BAMAIYI 8/10
Featured at right-back again and provided a superb assist for Ibrahim Muhammad’s opening goal.

ABEL OGWUCHE 8/10
Another solid display from the centre-back. Formed a good understanding with Benjamin Frederick at the heart of the defence.

BENJAMIN FREDERICK 8/10
The centre-back capped a successful tournament with another impressive performance against the Tunisians.

SOLOMON AGBALAKA 7/10
The left-back was full of running and defended well too.

ONUCHE OGBELU 7/10
Good performance from the defensive midfielder. He will do well to work on his passes though.

CALEB OCHEDICHUKWU 7/10
Handed his first start of the competition and churned out an impressive performance

SAMSON LAWAL 8/10
The petite midfileder bagged two assists to cap an impressive performance.

JUDE SUNDAY 9/10
Another player who was handed his first start of the competition. Sunday scored two superb goals in the game.

IBRAHIM MUHAMMED 8/10
The winger scored once and provided an assist.

AHMED ABDULLAHI 7/10
The forward was on target once in the game. He was replaced early in the second half by Adams Olamilekan.

SUBSTITUTES

ADAMS OLAMILEKAN 5/10
The Remo Stars player didn’t affect the game much following his introduction early in the second half.

HALIRU SARKI 4/10
Benched for the first time in the competition. Put pressure on the Tunisian defence after his introduction.

NICHOLAS JONATHAN 4/10
Helped control the midfiled after replacing Caleb Ochedichukwu.

SAHEED JIMOH
Not Rated

AYUBA ABUBAKAR
Not Rated.


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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 3
  • Congratulation to the flying EAGLES, for the first time their play came close to our reputation at this level.
    I know in a tournament of this nature, you don’t spread all your clothes in the sun , you should be conservative but not at the expense of descent play.Bosso must learn from this tournament.
    I want the goal to believe in himself.

    • Adelu 1 year ago

      Because they played a rubbish team. Let them meet Senegal or Gambia. 

      Bunch of disgrace to our country. Awon olodo, idiot. 

      • Sammy 1 year ago

        @Adelu do you think these boys deserves this your insults and abuse? What can you identify as their offense(s) # for choosing themselves #for representing us # for picking up one of the world cup’s ticket
        Your action is barbaric, disrespectful, unethical, unpatriotic, nonsensical and unacceptable. Inasmuch as you have no moral justification, you need to render unreserved apology to them.
        All they needed from us all is encouragement and supports and not to castigate them for an offense they did not commit.
        Thanks.

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