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Nigeria and Algeria Play 1-1 in World Cup Qualifying Match
13 November 2017, 02:16 | Todd Saunders
Nigeria v Algeria: Rohr Drops Mikel, Balogun to Captain New-Look Eagles
The Super Eagles of Nigeria concluded their race to the 2018 World Cup finals without losing a match, as they played out a 1-1 draw against Algeria in their final qualifier on Friday night.
Despite forcing a short-handed Eagles to a 1-1 draw in front of their fans, Algeria national team coach, Rabah Madjer has claimed that his players deserve to be praised.
Stand-in captain against Algeria, Leon Balogun is excited to lead the Nigerian team in the absence of Captain John Mikel Obi, saying it is a great honour to wear the captain arm-band.
The home side missed two clear chances in the second half from Islam Slimani and Aissa Mandi right in front of goal, after slips by Nigeria's goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa.
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