The Super Eagles’ three worst players as they play Zimbabwe in the World Cup qualifying match

With a draw against Zimbabwe in their second World Cup qualifying match, the Super Eagles are down two points out of a potential six in Group C.

After drawing their opening home game in Uyo, the Super Eagles were given the burden of winning this one.

In the 26th minute of the match, Zimbabwe took the lead, shocking the Super Eagles in the first half.

The Super Eagles were poor against Zimbabwe, as the home team dominated proceedings. However, Kelechi Iheanacho was on hand to save Nigeria from a shameful defeat when he equalized in the 67th minute.

The absence of Victor Osimhen in front of goal was evident in both World Cup qualifying games as the Super Eagles struggled in front of goal.

The Super Eagles face an uphill task of finishing as group winners and qualifying for the 2026 World Cup after losing 4 points in their opening two games.

3 worse players for the Super Eagles.

1. Francis Uzoho

The goalkeeper once again falls victim to a game that was dismal for the Super Eagles.

He conceded against Zimbabwe in the first half and had the least rating in the game alongside Moffi. The goalkeeper has conceded at least one goal in his last four games, and fans are still wondering why he is being played as the Super Eagles number one goalkeeper.

2. Terem Moffi

The Nice striker had a low rating in the game and offered less firepower upfront. In a game where Taiwo Awoniyi was absent due to injury, Terem Moffi was expected to lead the attack. But the striker fell short of expectations.

3. Joe Aribo

In a game that looked like the Super Eagles lacked striking options, the Southampton midfielder played alongside Terem Moffi as a striker but was unable to unlock the Zimbabwean defense. He earned the lowest rating in the game, alongside Onyeka.