Nigeria U-23 football crew, on Tuesday, vanquished their partner from Sudan, 5-0, in the second leg of their 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifier.
The match, which was played at the fundamental bowl of the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba, saw the Nigerian group ruling the whole an hour and a half guideline time.
In the 13 moment of the main half, Taiwo Awoniyi opened scoring for Nigeria with a wonderful header that left the Sudanese goalkeeper stranded.
In the 25th moment, Ndifreke Effiong out-bounced two Sudanese safeguards inside the 18-yard box to head home objective number two for Nigeria.
Effiong, who was seemingly the best Nigeria player of the match, scored his second objective in the 44th moment
when he opened in a cross from Awoniyi.
Nigeria fourth objective came in the 67th moment when Sunday Felaye fell off the seat to score with a heavenly volley.
The Nigeria group scored its fifth objective through Sanusi Ibrahim in the 69th moment to seal triumph for Nigeria
In the 72th moment, Nigeria group chief, Kelechi Nwakali was substituted, he was supplanted by Fatai Gbadamosi.