Copa Lagos: Super Sand Eagles thrash England

The last game of the day at the ongoing Copa Lagos tournament produced a lot of fireworks as Nigeria’s Super Sand Eagles recorded an impressive 8-6 victory over England.

The Audu Adamu Ejor-tutored side showed signs of improvement from their opening day loss to Cote d’iviore and could have enjoyed a wider margin against the English men.

Now back on track, the Sand Eagles will next face Lebanon

Meanwhile, Shooting Stars football club of Ibadan also bounced back from their opening day loss to Barcelona with a 4-3 win over Pepsi Football Academy to kick off Copa Lagos 2015 match day two action.

The second game of the day was a goal fest as European Beach soccer club Champions, FC Barcelona, thrashed Kano Pillars 8-3.

Cote d’Ivoire remained undefeated with a narrow 5-4 victory over Lebanon. A last-minute goal had to decide matters as both sides were fighting back and forth, exchanging goals and leads throughout.

The win keeps Cote d’Ivoire in control of their destiny going into their final match against England on Sunday.

Fans and spectators trooped in large numbers to watch the celebrity match as ex-internationals squared up against entertainers.

Team entertainers had the likes of Sound Sultan, Mozez Praiz, Shina Rambo in thier starting line up. Ex-internationals like Mutiu Adepoju and Victor Ikpeba also featured in the celebrity match.


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