Nigeria Reportedly Crash Out of AFCON 2019

Nigeria reportedly has crashed out of the ongoing AFCON competition after being defeated this night by one of the East African Giant Algeria by 2 goals to 1.

The anticipated match kicked off after Tunisia lost to Senegal by one goal at playing on ninety minutes goalless draw and two penalties too missed by  both countries the match play, Tunisia was first awarded a penalty in the 77th minutes of the match  which was knocked out by the keeper after which the Senegalese got there’s at the 83rd minute and same was saved by the keeper.

They went through on bad luck but a goal by Bronn D (own goal)to be provided at the first half of extra  time saw Senegal through to final of the AFCON 2019.


Nigeria started the game badly after the lost control of the ball during the first half which Algeria got  lots of chances but where only able to convert one into a goal during the first half of the match from a solo dribbled cross from Riyad Mahrez the Manchester City star and went through on second to 74th minutes to when Nigeria got a penalty Nigeria AFCON Teamwhich was converted by Odion Ighalo the Chinese league star but as  time went on to extra time of normal time a fair free-kick was converted of to goal by Riyad Mahrez at the 94th minute which put smiles on the face of the Algerians and tears to the face of Nigeria Fans.

The match result has shown that Senegal will play Algeria at the finals why Nigerians face off  with Tunisia for the third place spot.

It’s now a matter of who takes something home to their country man, Nigeria fans believed they loss due to lack of focus and promises from wealthy Nigerians.  So we look up to the third place.

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