The Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying play-off between the Ghana Black Stars and the Super Eagles of Nigeria was played yesterday at the Baba Yara Stadium, Kumasi, Failed to give us a winner.

The second match will be played at the MKO Abiola Stadium, Abuja, where a winner will progress to the next stage on Tuesday.

M.K.O ABIOLA STADIUM, ABUJA

The Super Eagles’ Coach Augustine Eguavoen his boys failed to take advantage of the scoring chances that came on their way in the encounter against Black Star yesterday. In an interview with some of the Nigerians, Supporters said, Super Eagles should blame themselves for the goalless situation.

Super Green Eagles

Super Eagles were the second-best as the host, Black Star was dominated for most parts of the game played yesterday at the Baba Yara Stadium.

Black Stars had most of the chances and they failed to beat Super Eagles Goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.

Francis Uzoho Super Eagles goalkeeper

A penalty was given to the Super Eagles of Nigeria in the second half when Black Star’s defender Idrissu Baba handled the ball in the Black Star’s area, but the referee changed his mind after looking at the Video Assistant Referee(VAR). He decided that Idrissu Baba was fouled.

Iddrissu Baba, Black Star

Super Eagles Former captain, Austin JJ Okocha, said in an interview yesterday that the goalless draw in Kumasi was a huge advantage for the Nigeria Super Eagles ahead of the second leg in Abuja on Tuesday. Okocha added that the Super Eagles of Nigeria will qualify for the World Cup in Qatar.

Ghana Black Star

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