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AFCON 1994 Nigeria Squad Listed With Lineups

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1994 AFCON Fixtures And Results

Final

1994-04-10

Nigeria 2 – 1 Zambia

3rd Place Playoff

1994-04-10

Cote d’Ivoire 3 – 1 Mali

Semi-Finals

1994-04-06

  • Mali 0 – 4 Zambia
  • Nigeria 2 (4) – 2 (2) Cote d’Ivoire

Quarter-Finals

1994-04-02

  • Egypt 0 – 1 Mali
  • Zaire 0 – 2 Nigeria

1994-04-03

  • Zambia 1 – 0 Senegal
  • Ghana 1 – 2 Cote d’Ivoire

Group Stage

1994-03-26

  • Tunisia 0 – 2 Mali
  • Nigeria 3 – 0 Gabon

1994-03-27

  • Ghana 1 – 0 Guinea
  • Cote d’Ivoire 4 – 0 Sierra Leone

1994-03-28

  • Mali 0 – 1 Zaire
  • Egypt 4 – 0 Gabon

1994-03-29

  • Senegal 2 – 1 Guinea
  • Zambia 0 – 0 Sierra Leone

1994-03-30

  • Nigeria 0 – 0 Egypt
  • Tunisia 1 – 1 Zaire

1994-03-31

  • Ghana 1 – 0 Senegal
  • Zambia 1 – 0 Cote d’Ivoire

Nigeria Vs Gabon 1994 Lineup

Starting lineup:

  • Goalkeeper: Peter Rufai
  • Defenders: Augustine Eguavoen, Benedict Iroha, Stephen Keshi, Uche Okechukwu
  • Midfielders: Jay Jay Okocha, Thompson Oliha, Sunday Oliseh
  • Forwards: Daniel Amokachi, Samson Siasia, Rashidi Yekini

Mutiu Adepoju came in for Okocha in the 59th minute while Uchenna Okafor came in for Keshi in the 75th minute.

The scoreline ended as Nigeria 3 – 0 Gabon and the goals were scored by Yekini (18′), Adepoju (72′) and Yekini (88′).

Egypt v Nigeria AFCON 1994 Lineup

Starting lineup:

  • Goalkeeper: Peter Rufai
  • Defenders: Augustine Eguavoen, Benedict Iroha, Uchenna Okafor, Uche Okechukwu
  • Midfielders: Mutiu Adepoju, Thompson Oliha, Sunday Oliseh
  • Forwards: Daniel Amokachi, Samson Siasia, Rashidi Yekini

Jay Jay Okocha came in for Adepoju in the 65th minute and Victor Ikpeba for Yekini in the 75th minute.

The match ended as a goalless draw.

Nigeria Vs Zaire 1994 Lineup

Starting lineup:

  • Goalkeeper: Peter Rufai
  • Defenders: Augustine Eguavoen, Benedict Iroha, Uchenna Okafor, Uche Okechukwu
  • Midfielders: Thompson Oliha, Sunday Oliseh
  • Forwards: Finidi George, Daniel Amokachi, Efan Ekoku, Rashidi Yekini

Mutiu Adepoju came in for Ekoku in the 61st minute and Nduka Ugbade for Oliseh in the 79th minute.

The game ended Zaire 0 – 2 Nigeria and the two goals were scored by Yekini (50′) and (penalty 70′).

Nigeria Vs Cote D’ivoire 1994

Starting lineup:

  • Goalkeeper: Peter Rufai
  • Defenders: Benedict Iroha, Stephen Keshi, Uche Okechukwu
  • Midfielders: Jay Jay Okocha, Sunday Oliseh, Finidi George
  • Forwards: Daniel Amokachi, Samson Siasia, Rashidi Yekini, Isaac Semitoje

Uchenna Okafor came in for Semitoje in the 78th minute and Nduka Ugbade for Keshi in the 103rd minute.

The match ended as a draw in full-time Nigeria 2 – 2 Cote d’Ivoire and then went on to penalties after extra time was played. The result of the penalties played was 4-2 to Nigeria.

Nigeria Vs Zambia 1994

Starting lineup:

  • Goalkeeper: Peter Rufai
  • Defenders: Augustine Eguavoen, Benedict Iroha, Uchenna Okafor, Uche Okechukwu
  • Midfielders: Emmanuel Amunike, Jay Jay Okocha, Sunday Oliseh
  • Forwards: Finidi George, Daniel Amokachi, Rashidi Yekini

Samson Siasia came in for George in the 41st minute while Nduka Ugbade came in for Okocha 73rd minute.

The scoreline ended as Nigeria 2 – 1 Zambia and the two goals for the Super Eagles were scored by Amunike (5′) and (47′), while the one scored for Zambia was by Elijah Litana (4′).

Nigeria Vs Zambia 1994 Highlights

Nigeria Squad That Won AFCON 1994

Goalkeepers

Wilfred Agbonavbare: Rayo Vallecano, Spain – (05/10/1966)

Alloy Agu: RFC de Liège, Belgium – (12/07/1967)

Peter Rufai: Go Ahead Eagles, Netherlands – (24/08/1963)

Defenders

Augustine Eguavoen: KV Kortrijk, Belgium – (19/08/1965)

Ben Iroha: Vitesse, Netherlands – (29/11/1969)

Stephen Keshi: RWD Molenbeek, Belgium – (31/01/1962)

Uche Okafor: Hannover 96, Germany – (08/08/1967)

Uche Okechukwu: Fenerbahçe, Turkey – (27/09/1967)

Isaac Semitoje: Iwuanyanwu Nationale, Nigeria – (28/04/1968)

Nduka Ugbade: Calabar, Nigeria – (08/03/1969)

Midfielders

Efan Ekoku: Norwich City, England – (08/06/1967)

Edema Fuludu: BCC Lions, Nigeria

Adepoju Mutiu: Racing Santander, Spain – (22/12/1970)

Jay Jay Okocha: Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany – (14/08/1973)

Thompson Oliha: Africa Sports, Ivory Coast – (04/10/1968)

Sunday Oliseh: RFC de Liège, Belgium – (14/09/1974)

Forwards

Daniel Amokachi: Club Brugge KV, Belgium – (30/12/1972)

Emmanuel Amunike: Zamalek, Egypt – (25/12/1970)

Finidi George: AFC Ajax, Netherlands – (15/04/1971)

Victor Ikpeba: AS Monaco, France – (12/06/1973)

Samson Siasia: FC Nantes, France – (14/08/1967)

Rashidi Yekini: Vitória Setúbal, Portugal – (23/10/1963)

Manager

Clemens Westerhof: Dutch – (03/05/1940)

Ass. Coach

Christian Chukwu: Nigerian – (04/01/1951)

Wrap Up

Those are all the players in the AFCON 1994 Nigeria squad. Nigeria’s FIFA ranking in 1994 was 5th and the highest FIFA ranking position ever achieved by a football team in Africa. Nigeria first won the African cup of nations in 1980, this one in 1994 was their second AFCON title. Stephen Keshi was the captain of the Super Eagles when Nigeria won the African cup of Nations in Tunisia in 1994.

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