Super Eagles End Camping In London
The Super Eagles have officially ended a ten-day camping exercise in London which formed part of their preparation for the upcoming qualifiers for the Africa Cup of Nations and Russia 2018 World Cup.
During the stay in London, the Eagles were able to play a high-profile friendly with the Teranga Lions of Senegal who they forced to a 1-1 draw.
The other planned game against the Etallons of Burkina Faso did not hold.
The AFCON 2017 bronze medalists complained of not being able to get visas for 7 members of their team.
The development saw the Eagles play against themselves on Monday as the team was divided to A and B
Iheanacho who scored in Thursday's game against Senegal opened scoring in the first half before Austria Vienna striker Olanrewaju Kayode restored parity in the second half.
It was gathered that Trabzonspor midfielder Eddy Onazi captained Team A while Kenneth Omeruo led Team B.