Why Nigeria must beat Guinea-Bissau in the African Cup of Nations Qualifiers
Nigeria should be poised to beat their counterpart Guinea-Bissau on the match day 4 fixture as hostility ensues on the pitch.
It promises to be an interesting feat to see what happens in this match away in Guinea-Bissau as Victor Osimhen and co come to town for the match.
And with expectations brewing ahead of the game, Isagoal.com reveals the three reasons why Nigeria should beat Guinea-Bissau on Monday evening.
Reclaim Group Top spot
Prior to the match on Friday, Nigeria was leading Group A which comprises Sao Tome and Principe, Sierra Leone and Guinea-Bissau with six points after beating Sierra Leone 2-1 and Sao Tome and Principe 0-10 in that order.
But losing 0-1 on Friday to the Guinea-Bissau side has brought Nigeria down to second position with the Super Eagles still on the same six points.
While Guinea-Bissau overtakes them with seven points at the moment since they had four points to their name prior to the Friday contest.
A win would ensure that Nigeria reclaims the top spot in the group with nine points.
While we avoid any scare or unnecessary calculation under the pressure of not qualifying for the Nations Cup next year in Ivory Coast.
Attain a possible revengeNigeria and Jose Peseiro’s side would be aiming for revenge as they travel to take on the Guinea-Bissau side away from home.
The tiny African Nation have been boastful since after earning a rare win over Nigeria last weekend.
And a win would pay them back in their own coin, especially like they did to Nigeria in their backyard.While the West African giants hope the likes of Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze, Terem Moffi and Ademola Lookman find their rhythm in the final third on Monday.
Appease Soccer-Loving Fans
The Nigerian fans were disappointed after the 0-1 defeat of their darling team, the Super Eagles. And only a win and a convincing one at that would heal the pain of Friday’s defeat at home to the Guinea-Bissau side
Also, they must ensure improved performance to a great level to endear the fans to get behind the team.
Following the low turnout by the fans to watch the match at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium Abuja on Friday.
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