Don’t be like the giant Ghana that lost to the tiny Comoros — Reno Omokri Reacts to Super Eagles AFCON2021 Performance

Several Nigerians are highly impressed with the outstanding performance of the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the ongoing AFCON2021 tournament in Cameroun. The Eagles started with a good start by beating the Pharaohs of Egypt 1nill,




then proceeded to a 3-1 win against Sudan, which qualified them for the round of 16. They extended their wining streak with a 2-0 win against Guinea-Bissau, having conceding only 1 goal and scoring 6. Toping the group with 9 points with Egypt following behind with 6 points.


Reacting to the win, former presidential aid, Reno Omokri took to his fb page to congratulating the Super Eagles. Omokri also pointed out that Nigerian coaches could do what foreign coaches could do. He also praised coach Augustine Eguavoen for doing a stellar job.


In his words. Omokri said;


What can I say? What a foreign coach could not do, a local coach is doing. Sometimes, what you are looking for outside is actually in your pocket. Augustine Eguavoen is doing a stellar job. The boys are doing us proud and the super in Super Eagles is not hype. It is reality.


Who was the man of the match? Hmm… What if I say Simon? Anyway, let me say that the best thing about the defeat of Guinea Bissau is that people from both ends of Nigeria scored a goal each. So, it was a victory that promoted national unity.


And the best thing is that the Super Eagles are always prepared. They do not underestimate anybody. Never underestimate anybody. If you are against an opponent or if an enemy comes against you, prepare. Do your homework.


Don’t depend on your reputation, when your opponent is depending on his preparation. Don’t be like the giant Ghana that lost to the tiny Comoros. #RenosNuggets #TableShaker #AFCON2021


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