Nigeria’s World Cup qualifier against Lesotho started poorly, leaving fans wanting more, and the Super Eagles seeking redemption after the draw.
The absence of key striker Victor Osimhen was felt as missed opportunities plagued the Nigerian attack. Lesotho’s surprise, led by Motlomelo Mkhwanazi, exposed defensive vulnerabilities.
Today, Nigeria faces Zimbabwe in a crucial clash. The Eagles are determined to recover lost ground. The team’s hunger for victory is palpable, aiming to capitalise on missed chances and display a more coordinated offense.
Zimbabwe, buoyed by…