Last quarter-final of this CAN U17 with this enticing poster between Nigeria and Burkina Faso on Thursday. If the Golden Eaglets act as favourites, the young Stallions should not be looked down on as they also have many assets to put forward.
Nigeria-Burkina Faso: on which channel and at what time to watch the match?
This match between Golden Eaglets and young people Burkinabe, which counts for the quarter-finals of the CAN U17, will take place at the Nelson-Mandela stadium in Baraki (40,784 seats). It will take place at 8 p.m. local time and 9 p.m. in France. It will be 8 p.m. in Nigeria and 7 p.m. in Burkina Faso. The match will be broadcast live on the CAF YouTube channel.
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Nigeria v Burkina Faso (On Thursday):
Nigeria U17 coach, Nduka Ugbade; “We had an interesting match with South Africa and it has prepared us well for further challenges in the competition. pic.twitter.com/swPdm9g05w
— Adepoju Tobi Samuel 🇳🇬 (@OgaNlaMedia) May 9, 2023
Nigeria-Burkina Faso: pre-match analysis
Nigeria started with a modest victory against Zambia (1-0) before being defeated by Morocco’s Atlas Cubs on the same score and then to beat South Africa (2-3) with panache. What do you think of this Golden Eaglets team? She definitely has a mind. On the football level, the qualities are obvious too. But he missed that little something during the group stage to finish at the top of group B. To better increase in power over the course of the competition? All the Nigerian people want it. The keys are in the hands of Nduka Ugbade’s men.
The players of Burkina Faso were embarked on a very funny three-team group, a direct consequence of ousting from South Sudan. However, they did well despite a mixed start (1-0 loss against Mali) and major scares. Their second match, which took place six days later, ended in a nice victory against the Cameroonian defending champion (2-1), with a reversal of the situation occurring only during the last quarter of an hour. A qualification under the nose and beard of the Indomitable Lion Cubs for whom the disappointment is necessarily immense. Facing Nigeria, the young Stallions will serve as outsiders. A status that sometimes makes it possible to uninhibit the troops…