[SPORT]: Nigeria, Tunisia Game; A Fight Between Two Eagles.

Nigeria Super Eagles will be back on the football pitch again tonight for a second and last international competitive friendly game break after a 1-0 lost to loss to Algeria four days back.

The Super Eagles will be playing against  the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia who are on a four match winning streak and sitting at the second position by African team on the FIFA ranking.

Ahead of game tonight, all Super Eagles players have tested negative to COVID-19 and are battle ready for the game between the two eagles.

Football history has it that, Tunisia National team has not beaten the Nigeria Super Eagles in any competitive match since 2004 AFCON they hosted.

However, the Nigeria side had the upper hand in their last meeting with early goal from her forward, Odion Ighalo.

Nigeria head coach, Gernot Rohr is positive that the team will have an outstanding performance tonight.


Nigeria Super Eagle Lost With Their Brand New Green Jerseys To Algeria Side.

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