Sierra Leone coach John Keister has promise Nigeria Super Eagles tough game in the return leg of Africa Cup of Nations 2022 qualifier game in Freetown on Tuesday.
It was a disappointing results as the Leone Stars fought back from a 4-0 down to secure a crucial draw against Nigeria at Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin City.
The Score Nigeria learnt that, Keister’s 4-4 draw with Super Eagles in Benin City has motivated his men going into the AFCON 2022 qualifier fixture in Freetown to get the desire result.
Keister has promise Gernot Rohr’s side a tough clash in Freetown in the return encounter of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying series.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria had their last training session before heading to Freetown for the AFCON qualifiers
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Super Eagles captain Ahmed Musa promise Nigerians victory over Sierra Leone in Freetown as many people worried about their previous outing at Samuel Ogbemudia stadium which ended in a 4-4 draw.
Many Nigerians have been asking this question when you failed to win at home, scored 4 goals and lost it what assurance do you have playing away from home at your opponent soil. Remember that everything will be count against you over there.
Sierra Leone take on Nigeria on Tuesday, November 17 at the Siaka Stevens Stadium in Freetown for the return leg of AFCON qualifiers