Sudan Goalie Abdallah: Super Eagles Don’t Scare Us

Sudan  Goalie Abdallah: Super Eagles Don’t Scare Us

Sudan goalkeeper Ali Abdallah insists they are not scared of squaring up against the Super Eagles of Nigeria, reports Completesports.com.

The Falcons of Jediane will face the Super Eagles in their second Group D game at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations at the Roumde Adija Stadium, Garoua on Saturday.


Burhaneldin Tia’s men head to the game following a 0-0 draw against Guinea-Bissau in their first game on Tuesday, while the Super Eagles defeated Egypt 1-0.

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Abdallah, who was voted man-of-the match in the game against Guinea-Bissau is adamant his side can withstand the challenge of the three-time champions.

“Nigeria have good players and are one of the favourites to win this competition, but we can’t be afraid of them,”the Al Hilal goalie told a press conference in Garoua.


“We are here to compete and must give everything on the pitch.”

Nigeria are on top of Group D with 3 points from one game, while Guinea -Bissau and Sudan have one pount each. Egypt occupy last position with zero point.

By Adeboye Amosu in Garoua

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  • You will soon be, i give you my word

    • Tareg 1 week ago

      Let’s see
      Yes Nigeria is a big and strong, but Sudan has fighters.

  • Raphael 1 week ago

    It’s a nice game indeed

  • Richie 1 week ago

    Na your bodi go tell you bros.

    Wait for Seniorman

  • Chidiomimi 1 week ago

    I love your confidence, we are days away from reality. I hope at the end of 90 minutes you won’t swallow your words…..

  • Yinkus 1 week ago

    The kind fear wey that victory over Egypt has brought to super eagle’s opponents is not small.

    I pray that our tempo will continue like that till the end of this competition.

  • Bomboy 1 week ago

    You forget that falcons are no match for eagles.

    Your coach predicted that Egypt would beat us. He was wrong.

    Tommorow you will also find out that you were wrong.

    See you after 90 minutes tomorrow.

  • Edoman 1 week ago

    See Eagle and fear or be consumed by it. Super Eagle for the matter. Don’t say l did not warn you.

  • Field Marshall. General. Sir Johnbob 1 week ago

    As I said – now all of Africa is on alert, a very healthy fear of the Super Eagles has registered in their brains, as for Mr Abdallah, i don’t see anything he said wrong, he actually showed a lot of respect(fear) in what he said, as soon as he said they’re not afraid, that implies that they actually are, everything else he said also backs this theory so all good people, no need to vex.
    On a more serious note, to me it is looking as if Cameroon will be one of our toughest challenges in this competition, this current team with the return of Abubakar are looking very purposeful indeed. Anyway COYSE!

  • Yinkus 1 week ago

    @field marshall, even cameroonians have been praying for us to meet at the final.

    They want to revenge, those recents victories over them still hurts a lot and they felt taking revenge in front of their fans will be the sweetest thing.

  • Detruth 1 week ago

    No one said you should be but just make sure you and the rest of your teammates are well prepared for the task of facing the Eagles. Whether or not you’re afraid of the Eagles is irrelevant, what matters is your post game reactions and comment just like your coach after the Egyptians experienced What it was like hanging with the Eagles for 90 minutes.

    We will be waiting to hear from you after the game on Saturday.

  • I hate players talking when quietness will keep your opponent guessing. Cameroon trash Ethiopia 4-1. Nigeria can do same against Sudan. They are football minors although no country should be termed minor. On paper they are. We love your confidence but humility would have been nice.

  • KING 1 week ago

    Untill then, we shall see.