Abuja - Warri Wolves striker Gbolahan Salami has called on Nigerians to support the Super Eagles as they seek to beat Sudan in Khartoum in Nigeria's bid to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, SuperSport reports.
Salami, who scored one of Nigeria's goals in the ill-fated 3-2 loss to the Red Devils of Congo in Calabar wants the fans to support the team in every way possible.
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"I'm imploring all Nigerians and our fans to support us with prayers and also believe in us so that we can go out there and win," he told supersport.com.
A win for Nigeria on Saturday will put the team on four points from three games.
South Africa take on Congo away at Pointe-Noire in the other game of Group A.
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