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Cyriel Dessers and Ademola Lookman sealed Nigeria’s thrilling 2-1 victory over ten-man Ghana in Morocco on Friday. Here are the key takeaways from the match:

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1. Nigeria’s Superiority: Nigeria showcased their superior talent and skill against Ghana, dominating from defense to attack. The Super Eagles created numerous chances throughout the game and displayed solidity in defense, thanks to standout performances from players like Stanley Nwabali, Chidozie Awaziem, Benjamin Tanimu, and Semi Ajayi.

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2. Tactical Shift: Under new coach George Finidi, Nigeria implemented a slight tactical shift from the previous formation, opting for a hybrid 3-5-2 setup. This approach allowed for more attacking intent and pressing higher up the field, contrasting with the more defensive style of former coach Jose Peseiro.

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3. Dessers’ Missed Opportunities: While Cyriel Dessers found the back of the net with a penalty, he missed several other chances to score. With opportunities to impress due to the absence of key players, Dessers must improve his efficiency in front of goal to secure a regular spot in the national team.

4. Nwabali’s Goalkeeping Prowess: Despite conceding a late penalty, goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali put in an impressive performance, showcasing his shot-stopping ability and communication skills with the defense. He has cemented his place as Nigeria’s first-choice goalkeeper and looks set to continue in that role.

5. Iwobi’s Creative Influence: Alex Iwobi thrived in a free role in midfield, displaying excellent vision and passing ability. He played a crucial role in Nigeria’s attacking play, contributing to Ademola Lookman’s winning goal and creating chances for his teammates.

Overall, Nigeria’s victory highlighted their strength and depth as a team under Finidi’s guidance, while individual performances showcased promising talent for the future.

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