– Gernot Rohr’s men failed to score at least a goal in their two-legged international friendly games against Cameroom in Austria
– While the Indomitable Lions claimed a 1-0 win in the first game, the second one ended in a stalemate
– The trio of Onuachu, Iheanacho and Moffi appeared in the game but could not find the back of the net all the way in the game
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Nigeria’s Super Eagles have failed to win any of their last two games following their goalless draw in the second leg of their international friendly game against Cameroon.
The Indomitable Lions defeated the three-time African champions in the first leg of their test games with Zambo Anguissa’s 37th-minute goal making the difference over the weekend.
Coach Antonio Conceicao’s men ensured they kept clean sheets in both games as Gernot Rohr’s Eagles fumbled in front of goal.
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In fact, the team under the German boss has continued to struggle for identity despite the array of foreign-based players in the team.
. however list four players who failed to show up for the Super Eagles despite their impressive forms for their various clubs in Europe in the recently concluded season.
Apart from Ahmed Musa, all other players mentioned in this list had a superb season with their clubs but failed to show up for the national team in both friendly games against Cameroon.
The Genk forward recently won multiple awards in Belgium after scoring over 30 goals in all competitions but he failed to replicate his club performance for the national team on both games against the Indomitable Lions.
It is obvious the captain is still match rusty as the former Premier League forward was unable to make any impact during his 45 minutes stay on the pitch.
The attacker recently joined Kano Pillars since he failed to seal a move back to Europe during the January transfer window and that is possibly affecting his display for the national team.
The 24-year-old had a superb season with Leicester City – firing them to FA Cup glory and also securing a spot for the team in the Europa League ahead of Arsenal next season.
But his display was nothing compared to what he was able to achieve in Europe as he could not even manage a shot on target.
The French-based forward had a chance to make a case for himself but he failed to do so after wasting the most glaring chance the team had all through the game.
However, none of the players could be pointed out for having an amazing game as they were all average against the Indomitable Lions.