Home-based Super Eagles defeated Amakson Academy of Abuja 3-0 in a test match played on Thursday ...
Home-based Super Eagles defeated Amakson Academy of Abuja 3-0 in a test match played on Thursday with Nigeria league leading scorer Tunde Adeniji grabbing a first-half brace.
Wikki Tourists striker Godwin Obaje scored the Eagles third goal in the second half, which was played by a fresh set of players.
Warri Wolves goalkeeper Okiemute Odah saved a penalty for the national team in the first half after an Eagles player handled the ball inside his box.
The Eagles are expected to break camp Friday morning, when they will be allowed to rejoin their various clubs for league matches this weekend.
The five players from the domestic league will thus resume training with the 18 foreign pros on Monday in Abuja.
The Eagles are now to fly out to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, on Wednesday by a chartered flight.
Tanzania welcome Nigeria to an AFCON qualifier on September 5.