CHAN: Faleye's late strike helps Nigeria edge Libya

Rabiu Alli challenging rwandian Ally Niyonzia
Rabiu Alli challenging rwandian Ally Niyonzia
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20 January, 2018

Sunday Falaye scored the only goal of the game against Libya to help the Super Eagles of Nigeria secure their first win at the ongoing African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco.

After recording a 0-0 draw in their Group C opener against Rwanda on Monday, Sunday Faleye's strike in the 79th minute ensured that the Eagles claimed their first maximum points of the competiton.

The second half began with much of the pressure coming from Yusuf Salisu's men and Ogbugh made the keeper work with an intelligent ball on target.

The first 45 minutes at Grand Stage de Tanger was a drab affair.

In the last round of Group C matches, Rwanda will play Libya while Nigeria face Equatorial Guinea on Tuesday.

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Constant fouling meant the match never developed a rhythm and neither side created a clearcut scoring opportunity until Faleye netted 11 minutes from time.

In the 52nd minute, Ombolenga set up a good cross for Dominique Savio Nshuti but his header was saved by Equatorial Guinea defenders. The striker's low effort from outside the area went inches wide of the left post.

In the same group, Rwanda take on Equatorial Guinea with all four teams still in contention for a place in the quarter-finals regardless of the result.

Osas Okoro then played a risky curling cross into the Libya box in the 21st minute and Masaud Sand made a crucial clearance as Nigeria continued to press the Mediterranean Knights.


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