First-half strikes from Changchun Yatai forward, Odion Ighalo and skipper John Obi Mikel handed the Gernot Rohr’s men a deserved lead before referee Zaghoul Ibrahim Selim Gheal stopped the game for the half-time break. Chelsea’s Victor Moses and Leicester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho completed the damage after restart to ensure the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations champions maintain their dominance at the summit of Group B with nine points from three games.
Pleased with the display of the Gernot Rohr’s men in taming the Indomitable Lions, Nigerians took to Twitter to commend the team’s effort before the return fixture in Yaounde on September 4.
— Mutiu Adepoju (@MutiuAdepoju8) September 1, 2017
Football is a great unifier and the Super Eagles have done much to unify Nigeria by this win. I celebrate their talent. Go Super Eagles. GEJ
— Goodluck E. Jonathan (@GEJonathan) September 1, 2017
Nothing taste better than this victory on the first day of the month of September… NOT even your Sallah meat.. Up Nigeria #SoarSuperEagles
— ÀYANFE (@tayo_taiwo) September 1, 2017
Go Nigeria! Very proud of Super Eagles. What a great display of the ‘indomitable’ Nigerian spirit! May all their games be as good or better!
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) September 1, 2017
— Bolarinwa Olajide (@iambolar) September 1, 2017
On this 1st day of September, 2017, the Super Eagles of Nigeria tore apart the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon in a thrilling 4:0 encounter. pic.twitter.com/F3bm78wqTU
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) September 1, 2017
— Solace Chukwu (@TheOddSolace) September 1, 2017