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Iheanacho Misses Super Eagles Open Training Session After Guinea- Bissau Win

Iheanacho Misses Super Eagles  Open Training Session After Guinea- Bissau Win

Kelechi Iheanacho missed Super Eagles’ open training session following Wednesday’s 2-0 win against Guinea-Bissau, reports Completesports.com.

Iheanacho featured in the game against the Wild Dogs setting up Umar Sadiq for the opening goal.


The 25-year- old has scored one goal and provided one assist in the competition.

The Super Eagles are still waiting to know their second round opponent at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

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  • Jide Dola 4 months ago

    Don’t mind him, is a mad man. CSN this news is not complete or what kind of news is this

  • Chibuike 4 months ago

    Iheanacho should continue to play as number 10 for super eagles because he knows how to make urgent passes and he always drag defenders one side unlike owobi. Nacho is a talented street footballer unlike Owobi who grow up in academy. As a player, sometimes you bring out your street football ruggedity in your game, just like Ndidi of Nath Boyz of lagos, everybody can see that ndidi play ruggedity street football sometimes in the midfield. Another upcoming intelligent Midfielder is Nwakili. Nigeria should watch out that guy

    • John-I 4 months ago

      That long ball which nearly embarrassed Guinea-Bissau keeper was straight from the street and natural talent. How he was able to generate such flight without taking two (or three) steps back shows his ability. I wish that ball had a little more curl, it would’ve being one of Afcon’s best ever goals.
      Agreed Nacho could blow hot and cold but his talent is never in doubt.
      His killer-passes are always spoton. You hardly see him over-hit or under-hit a pass in the final-third.
      Football is not always about dribbling but productivity. That’s why Kanu Nwankwo could stay in ‘Japan’ and give a deadly pass to someone in ‘Canada’ lol. For midfielders and strikers, football is about productivity: G/A.

      I prefer him in the #10 role. His combination with Aribo and Ndidi is excellent. Something we haven’t seen in a long while. Even Kelechi Nwakali will do well in #10 role. He’s blessed with great vision.