This set of Under 17 Are Bunch of Disappointment!! Nigerians React to Golden Eaglets’ World Cup Exit
Nigeria were knocked out from the Fifa U-17 World Cup after a 3-1 loss to the Netherlands on Tuesday.
Sontje Hansen scored three times to send the West African nation out of the Round of 16 fixture at the Estadio Olimpico Pedro Ludovico.
The Golden Eaglets’ poor performances in Brazil left football lovers to question the tactical prowess of the team’s technical crew.
Below are some of the reactions gathered on Twitter.
FT: Nigeria 1 Netherlands 3
This set of Golden Eaglets are bunch of disappointment. Since the 2007 edition that I started watching #FIFAU17WC, the country has never paraded a struggling team as bad as this.
To think I’ve lost some hrs of sleep just to watch them play.
— BLUEBERRY💙 (@NenyeChelsea) November 6, 2019
— Toye Oye (@ToyeseOyebode) November 5, 2019
80′ GOAL! Hat-trick Sontje.
Nigeria 1-3 Netherlands.
This game is over! No comeback, the only comeback will be the boys coming back to Abuja.#FIFAU17WC
— Adepoju Tobi Samuel (@OgaNlaMedia) November 6, 2019
When this tournament is over…we will talk about the roll call. Everything is not about federal character.
— Mazi Chukwudi° (@Chunkyozil) November 5, 2019
— Your Fav. Apple Place📱🔌⌚ (@dat_teewhy) November 6, 2019
— Professional Human (@Sheyifu76466569) November 5, 2019
Make i go sleep jare!!! Manu Garba will come and explain what happened to us when he’s back!! Football Basics na hin we no fit do!! When na racketing dem go take de select players!! Mtcheww!! Goodnight Nigerians ❤️❤️ #NGANED
— IbkSports (@IbkSports) November 6, 2019
This Nigerian team doesn’t have a defender, just 10 strikers and a goalkeeper #NGANED
— Vision🔱 (@Vision_lifee) November 5, 2019
😂 😂 😂
Golden Eaglets are finally out of the competition, they can’t comeback tonight!
May the best guys in the squad get good contracts 👍
— Olujoe Joseph (@OlujoeJoseph) November 6, 2019
This is the worst U17 I have ever seen in Nigeria!!! #NGANED
— Kaptane 🌠🌠🌠 (@Officialkaptane) November 6, 2019