Victor Osimhen scores four goals to make history as Super Eagles record the biggest win after destroying Sao Tome & Principal 10-0 in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers at the Adrar Stadium, Agadir in Morocco on Monday afternoon. 

José Peseiro’s make two change into the starting eleven with Zaidu Sanusi and Ademola Lookman coming in William Troost-Ekong and Samuel Chuwkueze.

Osimhen opened the floodgate nine minutes into play when he smashed pass Anastacio Braganca in goal before Nantes winger Moses Simon doubled Super Eagle’s lead 28th minute of the clash in Morocco.

Three minutes before half time, Terem Moffi scored his first Super Eagles goal when he eliminated his marker inside the box before he fired past the Sao Tome goalkeeper.

Osimhen headed home his second goal of the day in the 48th minute thanks to a cross from the right by Ademola Lookman.

Oghenekaro Etebo made it 5-0 for the Super Eagles when he curled a free kick from the edge of the box few minutes later.

Moffi got his brace when he slotted home a low cross from inside the box by Zaidu Sanusi before Lookman made it 7-0 and scored his first goal for Nigeria.

Osimhen find back of the net again two minutes later to completes his first Super Eagles hattrick.

Arsenal transfer target then netted his fourth goal in the 84th minute in a repeat move as becomes the first players to reach 14 goals three-time Africa Champions after he surpass Nigerian legend Rashidi Yekini.

Emmanuel Dennis wrapped up the scoring with a well-placed penalty, sending Braganca the wrong way to ensure it ended 10-0 in Agadir.

The victory is Super Eagles s biggest win in the Africa Nations Cup qualifiers send gift Nigerians befitting Democracy Day gift.




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