Africa Cup of Nations: Nigeria see a 4-0 lead slip as Sierra Leone retaliate to draw 4-4

Sierra Leone retaliated from 4-0 down away to Nigeria to attract 4-4 their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier after a terrific rebound in Benin City.

It was one of six qualifying bunch apparatuses on Friday for the finals which will presently occur in Cameroon in 2022.

In different matches, Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech struck twice for Morocco as they made sure about a home triumph alongside Tunisia, Mali, Niger, and South Africa.

Nigeria 4(goals )Sierra Leone 4(goals).

The Super Eagles were drifting towards a third success from three in Group L subsequent to dashing to a 4-0 lead inside the main half hour of their match at home to Sierra Leone.

Everton forward Alex Iwobi scored twice, with his first objective coming in the fourth moment.

Napoli’s Victor Osimhen found the net following 21 minutes on his re-visitation of Nigeria’s group.

Osimhen then set up Iwobi who got his second objective six minutes after the fact and Villareal’s Samuel Chukwueze added a fourth, with another help from Osimhen.

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Sierra Leone started their dazzling fightback not long before half-time when Kwame Quee got what seemed to be a comfort objective.

Alhaji Kamara started to stamp his imprint on the match. He added a second for the guests following 72 minutes to make it 4-2.

Mustapha Bundu then added a third for Sierra Leone to make it 4-3 with 10 minutes remaining.

Nigeria were left shocked as Alhaji Kamara finished an amazing execution by his group with an equalizer a short ways from time.

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Nigeria stay top of their gathering on seven focuses – with Sierra Leone third, five focuses untied. Second positioned Benin play base side Lesotho on Saturday.

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