Flying Eagles Coach Aigbogun wants Morocco’s scalp

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Head Coach of the Flying Eagles Paul Aigbogun has charged his boys to go all out for a victory in their last group game against hosts, Morocco, at the ongoing 12th African Games.

Aigbogun, said ahead of the clash, that they are “not carried away” with Tuesday’s win over South Africa and must “dig deep” to wrap up their group stage duties on a high.

 

The Flying Eagles on Tuesday defeated the Amajita of South Africa 2-1 in their second group game.

 

 

Collins Sor shot the Paul Aigbogun-tutored side in front against the run of play, but Nigeria were pegged back by the South Africans.

 

Ahmad Ghali then rose highest to power his header into the net, to give Nigeria victory, that takes the flying Eagles to the top with four points after their opening day 1-1 draw with Burkina Faso.

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