World Cup Playoff: 21 Super Eagles Players hold first training in Abuja The Informant247
The Super Eagles of Nigeria have made a promise to teeming supporters after their 0-0 draw against the Black Stars of Ghana in Kumasi on Friday, The Informant247 Nigeria News reports.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have made a promise to teeming supporters after their 0-0 draw against the Black Stars of Ghana in Kumasi on Friday.

The World Cup qualifying playoff between the two neighbours and archrivals ended in stalemate on Friday, with the reversed fixture slated at the Moshood Abiola Stadium in Abuja, on Tuesday.

Super Eagles of Nigeria are expected to play against the Black Stars of Ghana in Abuja, that alone would give them the home advantage over their opponents, The Informant247 Nigeria News reports.

In their official Twitter account, the players tweeted, “We appreciate our fans for standing by us and supporting us all through in Kumasi. We will wrap it up in Abuja. FT: GHA 0-0 NGA. #SoarSuperEagles.”

Super Eagles coach, Austin Eguavoen, has already identified the area his team needs to improve after the 0-0 draw with the Black Stars in Kumasi.

Eguavoen told reporters after the game that the Super Eagles need to work on their reaction after an action, to get behind the ball.

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