06 September, 2017
From right, Super Eagles players Victor Moses, Odion Ighalo and Ogenyi Onazi celebrate their resounding victory over Cameroon.
Wow! The Super Eagle team had a Superb team work and excellent display of professionalism.
Governor Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom State has said that the Super Eagles' victory on Friday against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon was a "testament" to the power of prayers.
"There is no pressure anymore on Monday, Nigeria have nine points, we have two points", Broos explained.
"But we will now need to win our next three matches and expect Nigeria to lose their next three games to stand any chance".
"But there is only an honour to defend, there is no importance to this. I don't think this is possible".More news: BRICS summit to focus on deepening cooperation
Fans in Uyo were given a treat as two goals in each half saw the Super Eagles take a giant step towards reaching Russian Federation 2018.
They sit five points behind leaders Uganda after Thomas Partey equalised for them five minutes from time in Kumasi.
"It is going to be very hard to qualify", he accepted after a late Thomas Partey goal salvaged a 1-1 home draw with bottom-of-the-table Congo in Kumasi.
"I want to make sure we go to the World Cup and also qualify for the Nations Cup".
South Africa had hopes of a fourth appearance at the four-yearly global football showpiece dented by a 2-1 away loss to Cape Verde after taking an early lead. The Super Eagles surged ahead with support from a home crowd, as they played in Uyo. One more win from their remaining three Group B matches will probably be enough for Gernot Rohr's side to book a flight to Russian Federation.