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Wednesday, 27 June 2018

Nigeria out of World Cup in the wake of losing 2-1 to Argentina

Super Eagles have smashed out of the progressing FIFA World Cup in Russia subsequent to losing 2-1 to Argentina yesterday.

Marcos Rojo scored a splendid late volley to send Argentina through to the last 16 of the 2018 World Cup with a sensational triumph over Nigeria in St Petersburg.


A dull Argentina was very nearly a humiliating way out before Manchester United safeguard Rojo surged into the region to put Gabriel Mercado's cross into the base corner.

The outcome sees them fit the bill for the knockout stages in second place in the gathering behind Croatia.

Lionel Messi opened the scoring in the main half before Victor Moses changed over a punishment in the second half to balance. At this stage, Nigeria was experiencing while Argentina was going home, however, Marcos Rojo flew up in the case to score the victor in the 86th moment to take out the African side.

When the lineups were declared, there more likely than not been an aggregate murmur of help when Argentina fans saw the teamsheet. Jorge Sampaoli had chosen to scrap the three-man resistance and had selected to return to a back-four.

Nicolas Otamendi and Marcos Rojo began at the focus in a 4-3-3 with Javier Mascherano, Ever Banega and Enzo Perez in midfield. Gonzalo Higuain began in advance with Lionel Messi and Angel Di Maria on either side.

Therefore, Argentina began on the front foot. The persevering Di Maria was powerful in putting weight out on the left and he followed back to press the midfield in an offer to win the ball back and start assaults.

Nigeria – playing a 3-5-2 – needed to sit back to ingest the weight and hit them on the counter-assault. Kelechi Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa played up top, however, John Obi Mikel assumed in a more profound part contrasted with the no.10 part he had received in the initial two diversions.

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