AFCON U-17: Nigeria vs Burkina Faso match preview | The Nutmeg
By Guardian Exclusive
10 May 2023 | 5:05 am
After an enthralling encounter against a spirited South Africa in which the Golden Eaglets of Nigeria were purring of character, grit, and determination, they now face Burkina Faso, a tricky West African customer. In this episode of The Nutmeg, Ayomide Sotubo, Ifeoluwa Johnson and Adetomiwa Banjo preview and explore this crunch clash
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