Super Eagles Resolve To Fight On After Disappointing Loss

After losing to the Cheetahs of Benin on Monday, Nigeria’s Super Eagles expressed their dissatisfaction with their World Cup qualifying matches and their determination to perform better.

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have played four qualifying matches for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. They drew their first match against Lesotho and their second match against Zimbabwe. The match against South Africa on June 7th also resulted in a 1-1 draw. Their fourth match, resulting in a 2-1 loss to Benin’s Cheetahs, is the team’s first loss in the qualifiers, dropping them to fifth position in Group C.

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The Super Eagles now need to win all six of their remaining games to ensure their place at the World Cup.

“We are back in the country, and we are not happy about the way the two games went. We have had discussions among ourselves and have resolved to fight hard until the end to ensure that we qualify for the 2026 World Cup,” the team wrote on its official X account on Tuesday.

“We don’t take your support for granted, we thank you immensely.”

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