Super Eagles Woeful Again In WAFU Cup, Black Stars dance into Semi-Final as Group Winners

Super Eagles of Nigeria made-up of Players from the Nigeria Professional Football League produced a fruitless performance against the Syli nationale of Guinea in their second match of the ongoing West Africa Football Union Cup of Nations.

After drawing goalless with the Eagles of Mali on Thursday, the Super Eagles were in need of a win to boost their chances of making the Semi-finals.

Coach Salisu Yusuf rung several changes Starting Dele Ajiboye, Destiny Ashadi, Kingsley Eduwo, James Daniel, Samuel Matthias while resting Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Chima Akas, Rabiu Ali, Okechukwu Gabriel, Friday Ubong, Peter Eneji and Stephen Eze.

Anthony Okpotu and Kingsley Eduwo both from Lobi Stars both failed to score in a match that was dominated by questionable calls from the Senegalese Referee and his two deputies.

The midfield missed Kano Pillars Rabiu Ali as Destiny Ashadi and Aremu were recycling the balls sideways thereby helping the Guinea defence to recover with more men behind the ball.

After playing another goalless draw, the Super Eagles will now have to do it the hardest way to qualify for the Semi-final when they face old rivals Ghana on Monday in their final group game.
Meanwhile, Ghana are through to the Semi-finale as Group A winners after Winful Cobbinah scored 73rd minute Pile-driver to ensure the Black Stars keep their 100percent record in the competition against Mali.

Ghana are also the group winners already with 6points,Nigeria are currently second with 2points while Mali and Guinea both have a point each. Nigeria will face Ghana on Monday while Guinea and Mali will also be playing their match simultaneously with them.

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