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Sports Minister talks up Super Eagles ahead of Guinea tie

26 January 2016, 10:14Israel Ojoko

Abuja - Minister of Youth and Sports Solomon Dalung has asked the home based Super Eagles to put up optimum performance when they take on Syli Nationale of Guinea in their third Group C game of the 4th African Nations Championship on Tuesday in Rubavu.

Dalung praised the Super Eagles for their performance in their 1-1 draw against Tunisia in their second group game on Friday and a 4-1 win against Niger early on.

"You have displayed a very high sense of discipline, skills and determination in your last two games even in the face of some challenges but I know that you will put that aside when you face Guinea today.

“Nigerians are praying for your victory and it is my wish that you continue with your display of high performance as you go into your match today. We will continue to support you and ensure that you get all that is necessary for your wellbeing while in Rwanda," Dalung said in a statement made available to News24.

Also read: Revealed: NFF crisis is about sharing formula not service - Dalung

The Super Eagles need a draw to advance to the quarter final stage while Guinea need victory having drawn their two games against Tunisia and Niger Republic.

Nigeria are currently top Group C with four points after their 4-1 victory over Niger Republic in their opening game and a 1-1 draw with Tunisia on Friday.

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