Completesports.com’s ADEBOYE AMOSU appraises the performance of Super Eagles, player-by-player, in
their 2-0 win against the Wild Beasts of Central African Republic-a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying game at the Stade Omnisports, Douala, Japoma on Sunday…
MADUKA OKOYE 6/10
He was virtually on holiday in the game.The Sparta Rotterdam goalkeeper organised his defence well and was good with the distribution too.
MOSES SIMON 6/10
Moses Simon acquainted himself well to the right wing-back position. An average above showing from the Nantes man.
JAMILU COLLINS 6/10
Performed his task well. Another good showing from the left-back.
LEON BALOGUN 7/10
The centre-back redeemed himself after the howler in the previous fixture on Thursday. Balogun scored the first goal and was impressive all through before he was replaced by Kenneth Omeruo.
LEON BALOGUN 6/10
Played well and kept Central African Republic dangerman Karl Namnganda at bay.
CHIDOZIE AWAZIEM 6/10
A surprise inclusion in the starting line-up. The Alanyaspor of Turkey defender gave a good account of himself in the game.
FRANK ONYEKA 6/10
The Brentford midfielder picked up a yellow card early in the second half. He was one of Nigeria’s top performers in the game.
JOE ARIBO 6/10
An improved performance from the talented midfielder. Still needs to show more on the international scene following a number of impressive displays for the Scottish Premiership champions Glasgow Rangers.
KELECHI IHEANACHO 6/10
Not at his best in the game but still did enough to help the Super Eagles secure maximum points.
AHMED MUSA 5/10
An historic occasion for the captain who made his 100th appearance for Nigeria.He was replaced in the 62nd minute by Chidera Ejuke.
VICTOR OSIMHEN 7/10
The Napoli of Italy striker scored Nigeria’s first goal and could have had two more. He has now scored eight goal in 16 appearances for his country.
CHIDERA EJUKE 6/10
Replaced Ahmed Musa in the 62nd minute and impressed once again.
KENNETH OMERUO 5/10
Helped the opponents at bay after replacing Leon Balogun in the 73rd minute.
INNOCENT BONKE 5/10
He helped instill discipline in the midfield following his introduction.