Date: Sunday, October 11
Time: 8:00pm Nigerian time
Venue: Edmond Machtens Stadion, Brussels
The Super Eagles will look forward to consolidate on their 0-2 defeat against the Democratic Republic of Congo when they face the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in an international friendly at the 11,000-capacity Edmond Machtens Stadion, Brussels, Belgium.
Nigeria and Cameroon are fierce rivals and their history dates back to the 1960’s when the two sides drew their first ever game in an international friendly.
It’s been a ding-dong back and forth affair between the two countries as Cameroon hit Nigeria on the jugular thrice (in 1984,88 and 2000) in the final game of the Africa Cup of Nations to lift the trophy.
90′ Goaaaaal. IGHALO heads in goal No. 3. Nigeria 3-0 Cameroon
85′ Nigeria 2-0 Cameroon. Nigerians seen pleased with the result so far
79′ Nigeria sub. Iwobi on for Musa
75′ Nigeria sub. Odion Ighalo Replaces Emenike
72′ Cameroon sub. Ndy Assembe replaces Fabrice Ondoa
72′ Nigeria sub. Igbonu replaced by Rabiu Ibrahim
68′ Cameroon sub. Bassong off, Fai on.
63′ Nigeria sub. Ndidi on for Mikel.
60′ GOAL! Simon Moses with a lovely strike to put Nigeria further ahead on the hour mark. Nigeria 2-0 Cameroon
56′ Carl Ikeme with a quality save to deny Benjamin Moukandjo
48′ RED CARD! Captain Stephane Mbia for a ‘silly and unfriendly’ tackle on Sylvester Igbonu
46′ Game back on!
45′ Half time!
44′ Cameroon finally gets a shot on goal by Moukandjo. Off target
38′ GOOOOOAAAAL! Efe Ambrose gets Nigeria’s opener. Heading home from Mikel’s freekick. Nigeria 1-0 Cameroon
32′ Echiejile beats his marker and takes a shot at goal. Goalkeeper stops it
30′ Its still 0-0 at Belgium. Nigeria has been impressive so far but haven’t been able to convert their chances.
24′ A Beautiful shot well taken by Emenike again, parried away by Cameroon goalie
23′ Still goalless. Eagles have been confident on the ball and enjoying larger share of possession
20′ Yellow Card! Ahmed Musa
16′ Nigeria being wasteful. They really need to convert their chances if they are to win.
13′ Freekick to Nigeria . Onazi’s shot blocked.
9′ Close one there! Emenike almost putting Nigeria ahead.
7′ Both teams still warming up. Nothing exciting yet.
0′ Game on! The ball is rolling.
Cameroon: Ondoa; Bassong, Chedjou, Nkoulou, Kombi; Mbia, Moukandjo, Siani; Aboubakar, Njie, Kweuke