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Minute By Minute: Nigeria Vs Sudan

Minute By Minute: Nigeria Vs Sudan

Nigeria : Vincent Enyeama, Kenneth Omeruo, Juwon Oshaniwa, Godfrey Oboabona, John Obi Mikel, Hope Akpan, Ogenyi Onazi, Raheem Lawal, Ahmed Musa, Samuel Aaron, Emmanuel Emenike

Sudan : Abdul Rahman Daei, Ammareh Abdullah, Atif Khalid, Abdul Latif Boya, Alrayyah Ali, Jalal Abdullah, Khaled Elalamein, Altaher Al-Haj, Modathir Careca, Bakri Abdulgadir, Hossam Nasreddin


1- Kick off. First corner of the game to Nigeria. Omeruo’s header not well directed. Goal kick
4- Aaron Samuel’s shot blocked, Eagles’ first attempt
6- Ahmed Musa’s attempt thwarted
9- Sudan make first attempt at goal, with their first shot. Samuel with his second attempt moments later
10- Samuel fouled. Eagles defence retreat after ball handed to Sudan.
12- Musa’s shot blocked, Nigerian corner
13- Musa gives away the ball but thankfully Enyeama scoops the ball off a weak cross
14- Sudan corner. Mikel launches an attack but Emenike’s resultant cross was poor
15- Lawal fouled. The freekick taken is wasted
16- Sudan defend stoutly, concede a corner but Sudan’s counter breaks off as they are flagged offside
20- Musa goes on a slalom run but ball easily taken away from his feet. Oshaniwa goes forward but ‘fails’ to win a penalty
22- Samuel’s pass to Musa too weighted. Possession given away. Mikel plays a left-footed shot at goal but his effort was weak
23- Onazi’s freekick easily saved by Sudan keeper
24- Onazi’s sloppy defending almost puts the team in trouble
25- A powerful shot from Sudan. Samuel wins a freekick
26- Emenike flagged offside, his poor header ineffective
28- Raheem Lawal’s shot wide off target
29- The rains are high now. Sudan are string some good passes.
39- Ahmed Musa concedes a freekick. There is a melee between the Eagles players and the Sudanese.
40- Mikel chests beautifully and swivels, his shot was saved though
42- Throw-in to Sudan
44- Eagles throw-in. Eagles chance. Musa’s good work not converted by Aaron Samuel
45- Omeruo loses his man but the shot that the Sudanese striuker goes wide.
Oshaniwa commits a foul. The freekick goes out. The referee brings the first half to an end. Still 0-0.
47- Sudan concede possession to the Eagles but a throw-in goes to the Sudanese.
48- GOAL! Mikel’s assist to Ahmed Musa results to Nigeria’s first goal. The CSKA Moscow man side footing the ball
49- Mikel wins a throw-in for Nigeria. Aaron Samuel’s shot is tame
51- Oboabona loses the ball but the Eagles recover it.
53- Emenike wins a throw-in
54- Raheem Lawal fouled. Freekick to Nigeria
55- Goal! Sudan equalise from a quick attack on the Eagles defence. The back four caught napping
56- A powerful Emenike shot off a freekick tipped over for corner.
57- The Sudan players in melee with the Eagles players after a goal-line scramble involving Kenneth Omeruo
60- Onazi plays the ball out for a throw-in
61- Freekick to Nigeria, Musa fouled. Musa’s kick was poor but a corner goes to the Eagles.
62- Onazi’s cross evades every player in green. Akpan’s effort and Samuel’s shot goes oyr for corner. Lawal goes out for Aluko
66- Goal! Aaron Samuel scores from a right footed cross
67- Sudan’s change. Mohammed Ahmed comes into the game
68- Aluko’s pass to Emenike goes out of play. Sudan win a throw-in
69- Corner for Sudan, the Eagles play the ball out of danger
72- Sudan striker flagged offside
73- Onazi’s cross wins Nigeria a corner but Samuel thought he won a penalty
74- Eagles counter and wins a freekick as Aluko is brought down
76- Emenike was selfish with the ball. There were players better positioned he should have passed the ball to
78- Emenike wins a freekick for the Eagles. Aluko’s kick saved
82- Throw-in to Nigeria after a spell of Sudan possession. Aaron Samuel receives treatment from the medics
85- Mikel’s driving move and pass eventually wasted by Emenike
Sub: Samuel out for Gbolahan Salami
88- Akpan intercept a Sudan cross
89- Goal!!! Ahmed Musa scores. The forward initially loses the ball but in a stroke of faith recovers it from a sloppy defender, dribbles another and shots to the bottom left corner though the Sudan keeper had a hand on the ball
90- Musa substituted by Osoaghona. Eagles counter from a Sudan free kick. Now a throw-in to the Eagles. Salami wins a corner for Nigeria
FT Nigeria 3 – 1 Sudan

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  • Stanslink 7 years ago

    Thank God. The Eagles are back. All hail Ahmed Musa, the flying jet!

  • SoccerInNigeria 7 years ago

    Congratulations to the team. Well done for the victory.

    But Keshi must still go. Nigeria needs a fresh start. A New NFF management is in place. The Negativity Keshi has created around the team with his antics is way too much for him to continue. Keshi has lost the support of Most Nigerians. He must go.

  • Benue 7 years ago

    Up Nigeria UP Super Eagles. We are happy, however Nigeria does not need Keshi. Keshi Must step aside for the benefit of the Super Eagles.

  • No doubt, Keshi needs to go….

  • omo9ja 7 years ago

    Ahhhhhhhh , to God be the glory. however, thanks to Musa and the rest of the team. Therefore, this team can’t qualify us to Afcon 2015. I appreciate Keshi’s efforts, Chineke will bless him for me. Now, its time for a change if to say Nigeria really want to be in Morocco 2015. The best thing NFF can do for Nigerians now is to let go of Keshi because his team can’t beat Congo and South Africa but if they insist that Keshi must stay, we should all remember that God is not a Nigerian and we can’t keep praying for incompetent coach. However, NFF must get a sound coach for Eagles in this month if they know what their doing. Hmm, the truth is bitter, a word is enough for the wise. God bless Nigeria!