The Nigeria Football Federation have now altered the travel plans of the Super Eagles ahead of the crucial second leg Africa Cup of Nat...
The Nigeria Football Federation have now altered the travel plans of the Super Eagles ahead of the crucial second leg Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Egypt on Tuesday.
The team had been scheduled to travel today aboard a regular Egypt Air flight but will now travel on Monday aboard a chartered flight.
Nigeria have changed travel plans. Super Eagles will now travel to Alexandria via chartered aircraft from Abuja on Monday #EGYNGA— Colin NOT Collins (@ColinUdoh) March 26, 2016
The Super Eagles conceded a late equalizer to draw 1-1 with the Pharaohs in Kaduna on Tuesday and face the Egyptians in the return leg on Tuesday at the Borg El Arab Stadium in Alexandria.
The Egyptians also arrived in Kaduna via a chartered flight on Wednesday evening and left shortly after the game.
The draw leaves Nigeria with five points, while Egypt has seven. The return leg on Tuesday will be played at 5pm