- The arrival of Alex Iwobi and six other have swelled the Super Eagles squad members in the team's camp in Uyo
- The Eagles are expected to commence training today at the Akwa Ibom Stadium Uyo
- The Gernot Rohr tutored-side will battle Libya in a 2019 AFCON qualifying match on Saturday
Arsenal star Alex Iwobi alongside Saudi Arabia-based Ahmed Musa were among the Super Eagles squad members that stormed the team’s camp in Uyo on Tuesday, October 9, ahead of Saturday’s all-important 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying showdown against Libya.
According to a Completesportsnigeria.com report, other Eagles star that also arrived on Tuesday, include Bordeaux ace Samuel Kalu, Turkey-based Shehu Abdulahi, Torino’s Ola Aina and the pair of Enyimba;s Ikechukwu Ezenwa and UK-based Leon Balogun.
Interestingly, the latest arrivals are expected to team up with the duo of Jamilu Collins and Chidozie Awaziem for today’s (Tuesday) training session billed to commence from 5pm at the Akwa Ibom Stadium, Uyo.
A total of 11 Eagles squad members are in camp while others expected to jet in from Lagos later in the day.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Nigeria picked up their first three point of the Cameroon 2019 AFCON qualifier with a 3-0 win over Seychelles.
Gernot Rohr's men produced a dominant display from the blast of the whistle as the Nigerian side attacked from all corners of the field.
It did not take long before the Super Eagles World Cup hero Ahmed Musa shot Nigeria into the lead with a powerful shot that hit the post and then the keeper before the ball went into the back of the net to make it 1-0 for Nigeria.
Chigozie doubled the advantage for Nigeria as Kelechi Iheanacho's free kick hit the upright before the 21-year-old defender had an easy tap-in to make it 2-0.
Nigeria's third goal came in the second half after the Eagles best player of the match Samuel Kalu was fouled in the box.
The resulting spot-kick was converted by Odion Igahlo with the coolest of finishes as Nigeria got back to winning ways after losing their first match to South Africa.
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