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Super Eagles World Cup Hopes in Danger After 2-1 Defeat to Benin Republic

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Nigeria’s hopes of playing in the 2026 World Cup are in jeopardy after a 2-1 defeat to Benin Republic.

The Super Eagles, eager to recover from their 1-1 draw with South Africa last Friday, initially took the lead with a fantastic finish from Raphael Onyedika in the first half.

However, Finidi George’s Super Eagles found themselves trailing by halftime after goals from Benin’s Jodel Dossou and Steve Mounie.

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This result places Benin Republic at the top of Group C with seven points, while Nigeria is stuck in fifth place with three points.

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Written by Uthman Olagoke

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