Super Eagles gain advantage as Zimbabwe and Rwanda share spoils in group opener

The Super Eagles of Nigeria take on Lesotho on Thursday in the first game of their World Cup qualifiers, and they already have a slight advantage

Nigeria’s Group C opponents Rwanda and Zimbabwe played out a goalless draw in their first group game of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers, Soccernet reports.

Nigeria are in Group C of the World Cup qualifiers alongside Rwanda, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Lesotho, and Benin Republic.

The group’s first game was played on Wednesday, with Rwanda welcoming Zimbabwe to the Stade Huye Stadium. Rwanda were slight favourites because of their home…


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