Super Eagle’s Struggles in 2026 World Cup Qualifiers Threaten Nigeria’s World Cup Dreams

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The recent performances of the Super Eagles have significantly impacted their chances of qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup. The team has gone winless in their last three World Cup qualifying matches, drawing against South Africa and Benin Republic, leaving them with only 3 points from a possible 12 and putting their World Cup qualification in jeopardy. The Super Eagles have struggled with clinical finishing, squandering numerous scoring opportunities, and have also lacked cohesion and started matches sluggishly, relying on second-half comebacks. Despite the talented players in the squad, the team has failed to translate individual talent into consistent, cohesive performances. With seven matches remaining, Nigeria can still turn things around, but it will require immediate and decisive actions to address the tactical and performance issues that have hindered their World Cup qualifying campaign so far.








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