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Amodu bullish ahead latest rescue mission

As a result of CAF’s regulation for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, Nigeria need to score three goals in Brazzaville on November 15…

As a result of CAF’s regulation for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, Nigeria need to score three goals in Brazzaville on November 15 and not concede more than one to steady their ship for Morocco.
This is because they lost 3-2 to the Congolese in Calabar on September 6, and should both teams finish on equal number of points, CAF will take into consideration the team that scored the most away goals in the fixture involving both teams.
Once Nigeria hit three goals in Pointe Noire and do not concede more than one, all they need do to qualify is defeat South Africa in Uyo on November 19 to qualify for the final tournament.
With Nigeria’s best legs certain to be part of the fight for shirts for the Congo match, Amodu believes it is a mountain that could be surmounted.
“If Congo came here and scored three goals, nothing stops us going to Congo to score three or more goals,” he declared.
“We have done it before. We will do it again.”

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