Before I talk at all, see the below first;

Now that’s what we call: APT!
Before the game came up, there were a number of agitations calling for Eagles not to make a mess of things this time. Like Complete Sports Saying Eagles Should Just Win and comments like the below pouring in.
One can with all form of loudness say Eagles soared royally on Sallah day. In a match that many have quickly likened to Liverpool’s trashing of Arsenal, like a twitter user said Ighalo and Mikel has shown all that they play good football in China too.
Cameroon is the Arsenal of this match while Nigeria is the Liverpool. Moses is Nigeria’s Salah #FanLiveNG #NGRCMR

— Based on Logistics (@Iam_Abdulaxis) September 1, 2017

Mikel 🤴🏿

Ighalo 👨🏾‍💼

All made in CHINA 🇨🇳

Tested & Trusted

Buy a Footballer from CHINA today!

Good thinking..Good product #NGRCMR

— Dotuncoolfm (@iamDo2dtun) September 1, 2017

Football has this spirit of unity it brings be it as a side losses or like in this case win! Nigerians have heavily taken to twitter to celebrate the victory with every form of tribalism void, and tweets showed even everyone noticed. Including ex-president, GEJ.
Football is a great unifier and the Super Eagles have done much to unify Nigeria by this win. I celebrate their talent. Go Super Eagles. GEJ

— Goodluck E. Jonathan (@GEJonathan) September 1, 2017

Gosh! When we unite and show up as a nation we soar like super eagles with the heart of a fierce Tigeress, indomitable over all lions!😘🤗💖💖💥💫

— Juliet ‘Kego (@julietkego) September 1, 2017

@agentjoe_ The Nigerian government shld learn from d Super Eagles team spirit..it was the goals that did d talkn nt xcuses!!

— Blowzom Nwokocha (@BlowzomGodspel) September 1, 2017

Mikel Obi’s performance was ace outstanding that had many tweeting his praises:
Anyone saw that Mikel Obi assist to Odion Ighalo for that goal? Mikel is key!! Nigeria 1-0 Cameroon. #NGRCMR #SoarSuperEagles

— MR SMART (@Smartnoys) September 1, 2017

Mike Obi: releasing strikers since 1914. #NGRCMR

— Drag on Lass (@sirwebs) September 1, 2017

Victor Moses was also astounding, and wasn’t left out in the praises.

Victor Moses. Has been the best super Eagles player since he started playing for Nigeria. He makes our team look like a European side.

— Oma Akatugba (@omaakatugba) September 1, 2017

And then of course, those you probably have been itching to read, the savages:

Cameroon came to Nigeria 4 – nothing. #NIGCAM #NigeriavCameroon

— The Man (@Mrjemba) September 1, 2017

The Super chickens sending this tame cubs to the cleaners #WCQ #WCQ2018 #WCQualifiers #NigeriavCameroon

— Langutani N’wamba (@Languta) September 1, 2017

Super Eagles 4-0 *Indomitable noodles*

2 goals from China
2 Goals from England#NGACMR #SuperEagles #NigeriavCameroon

— Dizbit (@Dizbitz) September 1, 2017

And what did Nigerians find poor in the match?

The only poor performance in the whole Super Eagles match today is the commentator. #NGRCMR

— FAVOUR ONYEOZIRI (@Rouvafe) September 1, 2017

Can Supersports just mute this commentary and play songs from Wande Coal’s Mushin 2 Mo’Hits album instead? 😡 #NGRCMR

— ILLSPEECH™ (@Sochima_M) September 1, 2017

Men this Igbo Commentator is stupid even his colleague had to correct him.. his assessment of the game is idiotic… #NigeriavCameroon #WcQ

— MusicGeneralNG (@MusicGeneralNG) September 1, 2017

Nigerian is not going to consider any goal in this game  😂😂😂😂 #NigeriavCameroon the commentary tho

— ADEDOYIN. (@prince_oyed) September 1, 2017

The Igbo commentary guy for #NigeriavCameroon has been saying consider

— MusicGeneralNG (@MusicGeneralNG) September 1, 2017

And DJ Exclusive too;

The commentator is giving me jokes – Super Sport 3 #NigeriavCameroon 😂😂

— SuperstarDJ (@DJXCLUSIVE) September 1, 2017

Meanwhile as rightly stated by NPFL Statistics, we have remained unbeaten in our last 33 World Cup qualification matches – the longest current run ever by an African team.
33 – Nigeria are now unbeaten in their last 33 World Cup qualification matches – the longest current run by an African team. Super #NGRCMR

— NPFL STATISTICS (@NPFLstats) September 1, 2017

First half strikes from Changchun Yatai forward, Odion Ighalo and skipper John Obi Mikel handed the Gernot Rohr’s men a deserved lead before referee Zaghoul Ibrahim Selim Gheal stopped the game for the half-time break.
Chelsea’s Victor Moses and Leicester City forward Kelechi Iheanacho completed the damage after restart to ensure the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations champions maintain their dominance at the summit of Group B with nine points from three games. -GOAL
In case you missed seeing the match or want a re-feel; watch the comprehensive highlight below.
If you ask me, Gernot Rohr is doing a great job, what do you think?

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