Based Eagles Redeem Pride, Beat Libya 1-0

Based Eagles Redeem Pride, Beat Libya 1-0

Based Eagles Redeem Pride, Beat Libya 1-0

His strike shouldn't disguise another lethargic and unconvincing display by Salisu Yusuf's side, but it could at least give the Eagles confidence as they look to challenge for a maiden CHAN title.

Libya were brought back down to earth at the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) as they failed to follow up their opening game exploit, slumping to a 0-1 defeat against Nigeria.

The first 45 minutes at Grand Stage de Tanger was a drab affair.

Rwanda and Nigeria are now joint leaders of the section with four points, while Libya are third on three points. Faleye brilliantly dummied two Libyan defenders on the left before firing in a cross which was met with a low-quality diving header by Anthony Okpotu. Osas Okoro's corner kick into a crowded area fell graciously for the young forward who made no mistake as he fired past Mohamed Nashnush.

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Having drawn goalless in their first game against Rwanda last Monday, the Eagles needed a win against Libya to boost their chances of remaining in the tournament.

Later in Group C, Rwanda take on Equatorial Guinea with all four teams still in contention for a place in the quarter-finals regardless of the result.

An estimated 20,000 crowd - the biggest so far for a match not involving hosts and title favourites Morocco - were bitterly disappointed by the fare Nigeria and Libya offered.

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