Super Eagles will be frantic to retaliate for their stunning 1-0 misfortune to the Central Africa Republic (CAR) in the present 2022 World Cup qualifiers at the Stade Omnisport in Japoma, Douala.
The Super Eagles got a shock home loss on Thursday when, despite everything, they tumbled to a humiliating 1-0 loss to the humble Central African Republic on matchday-three of the 2022 World Cup qualifying effort.
Karl Namnganda got the single goal in the 89th minutes after a misconception at the back between Leon Balogun and Willian Troost-Ekong.
The loss was Nigeria’s first misfortune at home in a World Cup qualifier in 40 years.
Be that as it may, with the converse apparatus only couple of hours away, the Super Eagles players will want to reclaim their picture by skipping back to winning ways against CAR.
The Super Eagles actually sit top of Group C with six point, however the Central African Republic and the Cape Verde Islands are close behind with four point.
In the interim, Rwandan official Louis Hakizimana has been selected by the Confederation of African Football as official for Sunday’s FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 African qualifying match against Nigeria and the Central African Republic in Douala.
Hakizimana will be helped by compatriots Ambroise Hakizimana (assistant ref 1), Dieudonne Mutuyimana (assistant ref 2) and Jean Claude Ishimwe (fourth authority) at the game that starts off 2pm Cameroon time at the Stade Japoma.