Globacom, has congratulated the Super Eagles for recording an important win against Bosnia and Herzegovina in their second Group F match of the on –going 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Also Coca-Cola Nigeria has hailed the Nigerian Team for their victory over the Zmajevia of Bosnia on Saturday, saying that the 1-0 win is a precursor of the team’s future exploits at the world football fiesta taking place in Brazil.
Globacom in a press statement released in Lagos immediately after the match hailed the Super Eagles for the victory which not only gave them three points but also brightened their chance of qualifying for the second round. It was Nigeria’s first victory in the World Cup in 16 years.
“We wish to advise the team to remain focused for the task ahead while we enjoin the Nigeria Football Federation and the entire nation not to waver in supporting and praying for the Eagles,” the statement further said.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria with four points from two matches will lock horns with Argentina while Iran will also trade tackle with Bosnia and Herzegovina on 25th June in the last group F matches to determine the two teams that will qualify for the second round.
Coca-Cola charges Eagles
Coca-Cola Nigeria has hailed the Nigerian Team for their victory over the Zmajevia of Bosnia on Saturday, saying that the 1-0 win is a precursor of the team’s future exploits at the world football fiesta taking place in Brazil.
Clem Ugorji, the Public Affairs & Communications Manager for Coca-Cola said the atmosphere at the viewing centre depicts the euphoria around the country.
He said: “The turnout at this viewing centre at this time of the night is indicative of the love and support Nigerians have for, as well as their expectations of, their national team. I am very happy that the team lived up to the expectations of Nigerians by beating the Bosnians.”
Ugorji said that “the victory Super Eagles is a very good pedestal to qualify for the round of 16 in the tournament and a morale booster for the team to confront the Argentine national team, who they can beat.”