The lineup is as follows:

Goalkeeper: Stanley Nwabali

Ola Aina, Semi Ajayi, and William Troost-Ekong as defenders

Wing-backs: Ola Aina, Zaidu Sanusi

Alex Iwobi and Frank Onyeka are midfielders.

Ademola Lookman, Victor Osimhen, and Moses Simon are the forwards.

Cameroon confirmed the lineup vs Nigeria.

Formation: (3-4-3)

Goalkeeper: Fabrice Ondoa

Defenders: Oumar Gonzalez, Christopher Wooh, and Jean-Charles Castelletto

Nouhou Tolo and Nicolas Moumi Ngamaleu are the wing-backs.

Olivier Ntcham and Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa are midfielders.

Frank Magri, Karl Toko Ekambi, and Georges-Kevin N’Koudou are the forwards.

Watch the action as two of the continent’s best sides square off in the AFCON round of 16 in Abidjan.

The match between the Nigerian Super Eagles and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon has begun.

Nigeria and Cameroon are playing each other in their eighth Africa Cup of Nations match.

Remarkably, Cameroon triumphed in all three of these prior confrontations, which took place in the tournament’s finals in 1984, 1988, and 2000.

After more than 90 minutes, Nigeria advances to the quarterfinals when the referee sounds the final whistle.

90 + 3 minutes: The unwavering lions of Cameroon are battling to try and save something.

90 + 1 minute: The assistant referees have announced an additional 10 minutes of play.

Lookman scores again at minute 89.

86 minutes: Moses Simon gets the first yellow card of the match for Nigeria. Nigeria converted a free kick from Cameroon into a counterattack. Iwobi is a waste of time. Goal kick to Cameroon.

82 minutes: Things are starting to pick up steam and grow more intriguing.

Uzoho replaces Nwabali, who has been stretched off the pitch, in minute 77. Kenneth Omeruo has a good impression of Zaidu.

75 minutes: Cameroon has made their first replacement of the match during this cooling-off period. First, Gonzales is replaced by Captain Vincent Aboubakar.

73 minutes: The Nigerian custodian keeps being fouled. Nkoudou receives the Cameroonian team’s second yellow card of the match. Francis Uzoho, who is likely to replace Nwabali, is warming up as his leg is bandaged.

70 minutes: Following a skillfully raised free kick into the box, Nwabali knocks the ball out of the box. There is a lot of pressure building on the

66 minutes: Super Eagles goalie Nwabali is back on his feet following medical attention from the medical staff following a tackle in the air.

58 minutes: It looks like the Cameroonians are starting to wake up and take control of the game. The Nigerian team is mostly engaged in defence.

55 minutes: Following a foul on Onyeka during a counterattack, the Cameroonian player (Christopher Wooh) receives his first yellow card of the match. Lookman took the post to give a free kick.

48 minutes: Osihmen is being tackled once more. The Cameroonian goalkeeper easily collected Nigeria’s free-kick.

46 minutes into the game: As the second half gets underway, both teams appear optimistic about what lies ahead. Following a forceful tackle on Napoli striker Osihmen, Nigeria is awarded a free kick.

First Half: Following a protracted push in the opposition’s box, Semi Ajayi’s rebound in the 35th minute gives Nigeria a lead.

However, a VAR review was conducted on the goal.

Rédouane Jiyed, the Moroccan referee, declared the goal to be offside.

Rédouane Jiyed, the Moroccan referee, declared the goal to be offside.

Halftime is at 45 + 6 minutes, and the teams go via the tunnel.

The team led by Jose Peseiro will now play Angola in the competition quarterfinals.

Angola defeated Namibia 2-0 earlier in the day in their round of 16 match.

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