The Super Eagles of Nigeria are expected to hit Freetown Monday ahead of their second leg clash with the Leone Stars of Sierra Leone.
Gernot Rohr’s men have already undertaken their final training session in Nigeria before jetting out of the country.
The team will have a feel of Tuesday’s venue later today as they get ready to correct their poor show recorded on Friday at the Sam Ogbemudia stadium.
Off to Freetown #soarsupereagles#Team9jaStrong pic.twitter.com/i6I2s2cgac
— Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) November 16, 2020
Sierra Leone fought back from 4-0 down away to Nigeria to draw 4-4 on Friday in their 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier after a spectacular comeback in Benin City.
The Super Eagles were coasting towards a third win from three in Group L after racing to a 4-0 lead inside the first half-hour of the match.
Nigeria were left stunned as Alhaji Kamara completed an astonishing performance by his team with an equaliser four minutes from time.
Nigeria remain top of their group on seven points – with Sierra Leone third, five points adrift.