06 September, 2017
The Super Eagles handed the reigning African champions a football lesson in their 2018 World Cup qualifying clash in Uyo, with Odion Ighalo, Mikel, Victor Moses and Kelechi Iheanacho all finding the back of the net.
Wow! The Super Eagle team had a Superb team work and excellent display of professionalism.
Nigeria took a massive step towards qualifying for the 2018 World Cup after they smashed past the African champions 4-0 in Uyo on Friday.
Nigeria's Super Eagles have secured a big victory over neighbouring Indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
Mikel Obi (right) and William Troost-Ekong celebrate his goal against Cameroon in Uyo.
Nigeria travel to Youande for the fourth group game against Cameroon which will be played on Monday, September 4.
"If we had won this game, we would have a chance, but we lost it and I hope everyone will learn from this".
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For Kohli's team, experiments and rotation play important role which is build-up for the World Cup in 2019. Shikhar Dhawan will miss the match as he will be flying to India to attend to his ailing mother.
"I expect a hard game, but we are ready". I do not think that is possible.
"But there is only an honour to defend, there is no importance to this. If the players have the same attitude as me, we will fight to beat Nigeria".
Nigeria are now one step closer to reaching the finals, with only the winning teams in the five qualifying groups going to Russian Federation next year.
The "Black Stars" trail leaders Uganda by five points and Egypt by four.
"Tactically, mentally - things did not go well for us", he said of a side that qualified for the last three World Cups and reached the 2010 quarter-finals. Congo had led from the 18th minute after a defensive error was exploited by Thievy Bifouma and picked up their first point of the campaign.
"They can also have light training at the annex if they want to".