Super Eagles are still in search of their first win of a competitive encounter since their 6-0 defeat of hapless Sao Tome & Principe four months ago.

They have had to force 1-1 draw in two World Cup qualifiers and had also repeated the same scenerio as Equatorial Guinea made an escape from defeat.

What a catalogue of misses as they piled pressure that yielded no dividend. Worst still, Victor Osimhen was the worst culprit.

It is now advantage Cote d’Ivoire who may qualify for the next round if they either draw or beat the Super Eagles on Thursday.

The result has left the Group A open as nothing is certain for now. It was obvious that training in Abu Dhabi is taking it toll on the players who are weighed down by the West African high temperature and humidity.

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