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World CAN 2021: At what time and on which chain follow the Nigeria - Sudan match?

09:50  15 january  2022
09:50  15 january  2022 Source:   programme-television.org

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Nigeria has a great opportunity to follow the traces of Cameroon and Morocco by winning its qualification for the round of 16. A victory and the "Super Eagles" will see the next round. What time and on which chain follow this game live?

Le Nigeria a une belle occasion de suivre les traces du Cameroun et du Maroc en décrochant sa qualification pour les huitièmes de finale. Une victoire et les © ABACA Nigeria has a great opportunity to follow the traces of Cameroon and Morocco by winning its qualification for the round of 16. A victory and the "Super Eagles" will see the next round. What time and on which chain follow this game live?

We must finish the work! It is surely the advice that Augustine Eguavoen had to give his men before playing the second meeting in this 2021 African Cup organized in Cameroon. Nigeria started the competition in the greatest shock of this first turn opposing it to Egypt. Thanks to a sumptuous goal of his striker Kelechi Iheanacho (1-0), the "Super Eagles" took the head of the group D.

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they would reinforce their first place and validate their ticket for the rounds of final in case of victory Faced with their new opponent, Sudan, in case of victory. On paper, Moses Simon's teammates appear largely favorite but the Nigerian coach does not want "underestimate" the Crocodiles of the Nile ".

"We know what it is about, if we win Sudan. If we do it, it will be perfect and then it will allow us to qualify for the next round like Cameroon. There is no question of sub- Estimate Sudan. It would be a mistake. We do not think that the games will be easy, but we want to win all our meetings, that's our goal. We will do everything to win Sudan and qualify "

," he explained in press conference. The players of Burhan Tia conceded the draw against Guinea-Bissau (0-0) without writing any goal. The task promises to be difficult for one of the contenders in continental title. It will therefore be necessary to show a completely different face in a few hours, Saturday, January 15, to hope to exist in this meeting.

The match will take place at the Roudé Adjia de Garoua at 5 pm and will be traced live on Bein Sports 3.

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