Published: Mon, September 04, 2017
Medical | By Rita Mcdonald

We'll beat Cameroon for ailing Ikeme, Eagles vow

We'll beat Cameroon for ailing Ikeme, Eagles vow

He said "I am a good friend of the NFF President, Mr Amaju Pinnick, and I am happy that I am here in time to see you guys before take-off for Yaounde".

Goals from Odion Ighalo, John Mikel Obi, Victor Moses and Kelechi Iheanacho gave Nigeria the win.

Super Eagles goalkeeper Carl Ikeme, who is undergoing medical treatment in London, has charged his teammates to beat the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in today's 2018 World Cup qualifier in Yaounde.

One more win from their remaining three Group B matches will probably be enough for Gernot Rohr's side to book a flight to Russian Federation.

Nigeria have received clearance from Federation Internationale de Football Association for Chelsea defender Ola Aina to make his global debut in the World Cup qualifier against Cameroon on Monday.

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Mikel scores the second goal.

This is because should Zambia their return leg tie against Algeria in Algiers and Nigeria get complacent in their upcoming fixtures against Cameroon and the Chipolopolo, it's not impossible that the final match day could be a winner-takes-all match.

Cameroon's Belgian coach Hugo Broos admitted Nigeria deserved the win.

"Our defeat in Nigeria was a mistake".

With the victory, Nigeria top Group B with nine points, while Cameroon have just two points from three matches, reports Xinhua news agency.

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"They were better, faster and more determined than us in one against one".

Broos added the African champions will play for their honour at home on Monday, but does not fancy their chances of qualifying for the World Cup.

Their efforts yielded fruit when the third goal came courtesy of Chelsea's Victor Moses in the 55th minute.

Perhaps, substitute Iheanacho failed to read the script that the Eagles were playing the African champions, and chose to head the fourth from a sublime Ogenyi Onazi pull -out with 13 minutes left. It's only by the ending minutes of the first half that the tables turned.

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