Following the Super Eagles 1-0 loss to the Wild Beasts of Central African Republic in Thursday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying encounter , Completesports.com’s ADEBOYE AMOSU appraises the performance of the players…
FRANCIS UZOHO 6/10
He produced a fine save to deny the Wild Beasts in the 66th minute, but couldn’t prevent the visitors from scoring the winning goal late on.
OLA AINA 6/10
Solid defensively and did a good job supporting the attack. He was one of the top performers for the Super Eagles on the night.
LEON BALOGUN 6/10
Had a good game but was at fault for the only conceded by the Super Eagles.
WILLIAM TROOST-EKONG 6/10
Did well despite his team conceding a late goal in the game.
JAMILU COLLINS 5/10
Not one of his best performance for the Super Eagles. The left-back didn’t make much impact in the game.
FRANK ONYEKA 5/10
Failed to fill in well for the injured Wilfred Ndidi. The Brentford man didn’t do much to justify his selection.
JOE ARIBO 5/10
The midfielder produced a below par showing in the game. He was duly replaced by Ahmed Musa 12 minutes from time.
KELECHI IHEANACHO 5/10
He was forced off with an injury after the break. Perhaps he could have made the difference if he had stayed on the pitch longer than that.
MOSES SIMON 7/10
A lively performance from the Nantes of France winger. He was replaced by Samuel Kalu in the 71st minute.
CHIDERA EJUKE 7/10
The winger was behind most of the team’s positive moves upfront. He will surely keep his place in the next game.
VICTOR OSIMHEN 5/10
Wasted three good opportunities to put his side in front . The Napoli forward had a poor game.
TAIWO AWONIYI 5/10
Made a positive impact after replacing Kelechi Iheanacho in the second half but fizzled out afterwards.
SAMUEL KALU 4/10
The winger didn’t do much after his introduction for Moses Simon in the second half.
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