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Super Eagles seek revenge against C.A.R, Musa eyes 100 caps

Three time African champions, the Super Eagles arrived in Douala yesterday ahead of today’s must win FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 African qualifying encounter against…

Three time African champions, the Super Eagles arrived in Douala yesterday ahead of today’s must win FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 African qualifying encounter against Les Fauves of Central African Republic.

The Gernot Rohr lads who lost the first leg 0-1 in Lagos are aiming at revenge against the Central Africans to remain on top of Group C.

The Super Eagles who have come under heavy criticism from Nigerian football fans had a feel of the Stade Japoma de Douala (venue of today’s game) at 2pm Cameroon time (same time as in Nigeria) on Saturday.

Meanwhile Skipper Ahmed Musa, who is looking forward to earning his milestone 100th cap for Nigeria at senior level, says he is more concerned with the Super Eagles taking all three points in the Day 4 encounter.

 “I’m happy that I am about to win my 100th cap, which definitely is a thing of joy and pride for any football player at international level. However, I am more concerned about the three points. The three points here have become much more precious due to what happened in the first leg which we lost. Individual honour is welcome but I am more concerned about collective glory and our country’s pride.”

 Super Eagles remain top of the Group C of the qualifying campaign at the halfway mark with six points, two more than Cape Verde and Central African Republic, with three-pointer Liberia bottom of the table.

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