AFCON 2021: Nigeria Vs Sudan match preview
By Guardian Exclusive
14 January 2022 | 2:21 pm
The Super Eagles of Nigeria hope to set things further on the right patch when they play against The Falcons of Jediane, the Sudan national football team in the second game of the AFCON 2022 tournament. The Super Eagles edged out the Pharaohs in the first game of the competition while Sudan secured a barren draw against Guinea-Bissau. Host Dennis Erezi and Guest Analyst Ifeanyi Ibeh preview the match and what to expect.
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- Africa Cup of Nations
- African football
- Inside AFCON 2021
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