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Nigeria's conservative strategy paid off, says Salisu Yusuf

Nigeria coach Salisu Yusuf believes that his conservative tactical approach against Libya was a key reason behind the Super Eagles' African Nations Championship victory on Friday.

Sunday Faleye scored the only goal of the game as the home-based Nigeria side beat the North Africans 1-0, winning their first game of the tournament after being held by Rwanda in their opener.

Libya were rampant as they swatted away Equatorial Guinea 3-0 in their first match of the campaign, but looked a shadow of themselves...

Sunday Faleye strike covers up Nigeria's creative cracks

Sunday Faleye's late goal helped Nigeria claim all three points against Libya and pull their African Nations Championship chestnuts from the fire.

Faleye stretched his sinews to reach a headed knockdown from Osas Okoro's corner and volley the Super Eagles ahead with just over 10 minutes of play left prompting jubliant celebrations at the Grand Stade de Tanger.

However, where the Super Eagles' opening-day draw against Rwanda was down to missed opportunities, Friday's game was more about a lack of...

Sunday Faleye fires Nigeria past Libya in CHAN clash

Sunday Faleye slammed home the only goal of the game as Nigeria beat Libya 1-0 in their second African Nations Championship clash in Tanger on Friday.

The win takes the home-based Super Eagles provisionally up to top spot in Group C on four points, having drawn 0-0 with Rwanda in their opener.

Libya remain in second on three points, with the Amavubi (one point) and pointless Equatorial Guinea to play in Friday's later game.

As in their opener, Nigeria largely appeared devoid of creativity and ideas...

Salisu Yusuf hails Sunday Faleye impact despite toothless Nigeria display

Nigeria's African Nations Championship campaign began with a low-key 0-0 draw against Rwanda in Tanger on Monday, but coach Salisu Yusuf has hailed the impact of teenage forward Sunday Faleye after a bright display.

The 19-year-old was arguably Nigeria's best performer during a toothless display in which Rabiu Ali twice hit the woodwork as the fancied West Africans struggled to break down Rwanda's disciplined defensive unit.

Faleye, a revelation during the 2016-17 NPFL season for Shooting Stars,...

Nigeria wasteful as Rwanda hold on for draw

Nigeria's African Nations Championship campaign got off to a disappointing start as the home-based Eagles were held 0-0 by Rwanda in their Group C opener.

Salisu Yusuf's side had the better of the contest - hitting the woodwork on three occasions - but were unable to take a litany of chances to find a way past Amavubi.

The draw leaves Nigeria and Rwanda joint second in the group on one point after Libya took pole position with a 3-0 victory over Equatorial Guinea earlier on Monday.

Nigeria had several...