2 Things To Takeaway From Super Eagles Draw With Zimbabwean Warriors

Kelechi Iheanacho leaves Super Eagles Portugal Camp.

Super Eagles of Nigeria on Sunday evening against Zimbabwean Warriors played out a one all draw at the Hure stadium in Rwanda npflupdates.com reports.

Three-time African champions the Super Eagles of Nigeria again failed to secure a win in its two 2026 FIFA world cup qualifier fixtures against Lesotho and Zimbabwe respectively.

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First half long-range free-kick from Walter Musona ensured the hosts won the first half bout despite Nigeria dominating ball possessions.

However, a second-half goal from Leicester City’s Kelechi Iheanacho assisted by Captain Moses Simon restored parity in the 67th minute.

Super Eagles midfielder Frank Onyeka suffer racial abuse in England.
Ola Aina, Frank Onyeka and Ademola Lookman line up for Nigeria.

Nigeria are now currently occupying the third position in the CAF world cup qualifier Group C. South Africa’s Bafana Bafana are the group leaders with three points, as they are the only team with a win from the Group C.

Super Eagles fail to beat Zimbabwe in Rwanda

At least two things can be taken away from the Zimbabwe clash and they are:

First, Super Eagles new recruit, Nathan Tella was handed a full debut by coach Jose Peseiro. The former Burnley winger however failed to make an instant impact in his first game for the Super Eagles.

Secondly, fans of the Nigeria national team are calling for the immediate exclusion of goalkeeper Francis Uzoho from the squad.

Francis Uzoho Returns as Super Eagles first choice goalkeeper.
Francis Uzoho

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