Former Nigerian goalkeeper Ike Shorunmu has made a condition for the Super Eagles interim coach, Austine Eguavoen, to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup ahead of their qualifier against Ghana later this month.
Shorunmu stated that Eguavoen must guarantee that the Super Eagles do not make the same mistake that lost Nigeria the game against Tunisia at the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) if they want to qualify for Qatar 2022 ahead of Ghana’s Black Stars.
Remember that at the 2021 AFCON, Nigeria lost 1-0 to Tunisia, with some supporters blaming goalie Maduka Okoye for the goal.
On March 25, Ghana will host the opening leg of the World Cup playoff against the Super Eagles before traveling to Nigeria for the return game.
“Even though I know that we have quality players that can get the job done against the Black Stars of Ghana, however, I am still worried that we don’t have so much confidence in the goalkeeping department,” Shorunmu told Completesports.
“We must avoid the same error that cost Nigeria the game against Tunisia if the team must qualify for the World Cup in Qatar. The technical crew must focus on the goalkeeping department before Ghana’s clash.”
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