Super Eagles Land In Tunisia Ahead Of AFCON Qualifier Against Libya
Super Eagles players and officials have landed in Tunisia ahead of Tuesday evening’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Libya.
The MaxAir Charter Airline that brought the team from Uyo touched down at the Sfax International Airport at approximately 1740 hours.
The Super Eagles players will be allowed to train at the match venue, Stade Taïeb Mhiri, later today as per the regulations of Confederation of African Football.
The Stade Taïeb Mhiri has a capacity of 18,000 spectators and is the home stadium of Club Sportif Sfaxien, the CLP-1 team that pays the wages of Super Eagles midfielder Kingsley Sokari.
Nigeria thrashed Libya 4-0 on match day three of the AFCON qualifiers thanks to a hat-trick from Odion Ighalo and Samuel Kalu’s late, late goal.
Tomorrow’s match will be officiated by Joshua Bondo from Botswana and begins at 1900 hours.