Nigeria vs Tunisia: Ghanaians celebrate Super Eagles exit from Afcon2021

Many Ghanaians believe Ghana Black Stars will beat Super Eagles of Nigeria to qualify for the 2021 World Cup in Qatar

Nigeria vs Tunisia: Ghanaians celebrate Super Eagles exit from Afcon2021

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Many Ghanaians on social media believe Ghana Black Stars will be able to beat Super Eagles of Nigeria. Nigeria will play Ghana for world cup qualifier playoffs in March.

The performance put up by Super Eagles was not very encouraging. Tunisia surprisingly beat them at the round of 16 to kick them out of the tournament. Tunisia scored an opener just minutes into the second half.

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The super Eagles incredibly did amazing in all their three games at the group stage, having 7 points and making it into the round of 16. So the expectations from Nigerians and many Super Eagles fans across the world were very high only to leave them shocked. Some Ghanaians have also expressed their dissatisfaction about their performance. Some also believe the performance they displayed tonight was laughable and believe Ghana Black Stars will beat them at world cup playoffs to qualify for the World Cup which will come off in Qatar in November 2022.

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Here are some reactions

“Nigerian fans are more scared about being laughed by Ghanaians if they lose tonight more than the actual exit from the tournament” (Usher Komugisha)

“Nigerian laughed at Ghanaians meanwhile we both got knocked out before Comoros” (Opresii)

“can everyone just tell Ghanaians that their jollof rice is the best so they can leave NiNigerians alone” (Sally Suleiman)


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