- Super Eagles of Nigeria have crashed out at the 2021 African Cupof Nations in Cameroon after losing against Tunisia
- Some Nigerian fans who were not happy with the defeat against the north Africans attacked Eguavoen after the match
- As the coach was entering the Super Eagles bus, the fans were insulting him claiming he made wrong changes
Stunning video has emerged on Twitter where coach Augustine Eguavoen was spotted being insulted by some Nigerian football fans after the 1-0 AFCON 2021 defeat to Tunisia.
Nigeria's campaign at 2021 African Cup of Nations came to an end on Sunday night, January 23, as Tunisia inflicted a painful defeat on the Super Eagles.
After winning their first three games at the competition, Nigerians were expecting the Super Egles to continue soaring at AFCON, but they have lost out.
Who score the winning goal for Tunisia?
Youssef Msakni scored the only goal that sent Tunisia to the quarterfinal of the 2021 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
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And after the match, some fans were seen raining insults at Augustine Eguavoen because of the defeat to Tunisia which they described as a painful one.
See the video below
Meanwhile, in another report on Daily Post, Augustine Eguavoen is reported to have stepped down as the interim coach of the Super Eagles after the defeat to Tunisia.
Augustine Eguavoen's statement
“What happens next is that I’m the interim coach and Technical Director of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).
“I will go back to my position and allow the NFF (to) make a decision on the way forward.''
Nigerians attack 1 Super Eagles player after AFCON 2021 knockout loss to Tunisia
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Nigeria's campaign at the ongoing 2021 African Cup of Nations in Cameroon came to an end on Sunday night, January 23, as they suffered a 1-0 defeat against Tunisia in the round of 16.
Going into this game against the North Africans, Super Eagles players won their first three games at the competition and Nigerians were expecting them to soar in the knockout.
However, Augustine Eguavoen and his wards found it so difficult to break the defense of the Tunisians in what was a tough encounter for the Super Eagles.
Super Eagles started the match impressively with Moses Simon trying to find his ways at the wing, but Tunisians defenders were tough against him.