Argentina squander two-goal lead and lose to Nigeria
15 November 2017, 12:20 | Kristine Mills
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In what analysts said may be a dress rehearsal for Nigeria's performance in next year's RussiaWorld Cup, the Super Eagles stunned football superpowers Argentina 4-2 in an worldwide friendly played in Russia.
Manchester city's forward, Kun Aguero, increased the tally to 2-0 in the 37th minute.
First, he emulated Banega by scoring from a free kick on the stroke of halftime and then set up the equaliser by pulling the ball back for Alex Iwobi to net seven minutes after the re-start.
With team captain John Obi Mikel expected to return to the Super Eagles' midfield, Wilfred Ndidi is also expected to keep his place with Rohr expected to decide between the duo of Oghenekaro Etebo and John Ogu who were both impressive against Algeria in Constantine last Friday.
A superb goal by Iwobi completed the comeback in the 73rd minute as he collected the ball, slipped it between Javier Mascherano's legs and fired past Agustin Marchesin.
"In the few days CAF will meet to deliberate a proposal by the NFF president on using the Federation Internationale de Football Association window in March for the World Cup flag bearers to play friendly matches ahead of Russia 2018", he said.
Nigeria reduced the tally as Iheanacho scored from a free kick in the 44th minute to put Gernot Rohr side back into the game.
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