Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20: The Mambas of Mozambique still have hope of qualifying for the next round of the U-20 African Cup of Nations, but they come across one of the most well composed sides in the Nigeria Flying Eagles.

The Mambas are currently in last place in the group, with Nigeria in second place.A Nigeria Flying Eagles draw will take them to the next round of the tournament.

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20 Preview 

After Mozambique U-20 secured a point against the Egyptians, the team failed to work on their previous form as the Senegalese U-20 players destroyed the team with good ball possession and counter attack football.

Pape Assane Diallo scored the first goal in the 45+2 minutes. Senegal’s Diop scored another goal in the 53rd minute.

It was over for the Mozambican side when Diallo scored in the 85th minute.

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20

It was a total dominance on the Senegal side, with seven shots on target and 67% ball possession, while Mozambique played only four shots, none of which were on target.

A needed win happened for the Flying Eagles of Nigeria with a bullet header from Agbalaka in the 71stminute, it was Nigeria’s first win on Egyptian soil.

Even though, the Nigeria team could not win the excellent pass, they were still able to get the necessary points in the encounter.

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20 prediction 

The Mambas haven’t won a match since the beginning of the tournament, so it will be difficult to give them any chances of beating the Flying Eagles.

When you look at the Nigeria team, it has a defense that is very difficult to break down, they have only conceded one goal in the tournament.

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20

Prediction: Mozambique U-20 1:3 Nigeria U-20

Mozambique U-20 vs Nigeria U-20 Probable Line Up

Mozambique U-20 Probable Line Up: Faza Joao; Henriques, Martins, Machava, Maziuana; Amido Abdala, Traore, Alfandega, Dias Carrelo, Lobo Mucuana; Zavala.

Nigeria U-20 Probable Line Up: Aniagboso, Agbalaka, Bameyi, Fredrick, Njoku; Aminu, Ogbelu, Adeniran Lawal; Haliru Sarki, Abubakar, Muhammad.

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