Nigeria national football team 2011

The Nigeria men's national football team results and fixtures for 2011. The team was scheduled to participate in the 2011 Green Soccer Bowl with a Nigeria Premier League squad, but the tournament was canceled.

Contents

Record

Competition GP W D L GF GA
International Friendly 7 4 2 1 12 5
2012 Africa Cup of Nations qualification 4 2 2 0 10 4
Total 11 6 4 1 22 9

Goal scorers

Player Goals
Ikechukwu Uche 8
Victor Obinna 3
Peter Utaka 2
Joseph Yobo 2
Taye Taiwo 1
Victor Anichebe 1
Emmanuel Emenike 1
Ekigho Ehiosun 1
Ahmed Musa 1
Chinedu Obasi 1
Kalu Uche 1

Match results

9 February 2011
7:15 pm WAT
Friendly
Nigeria  2 – 1  Sierra Leone Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos, Nigeria[1]
Referee: Aguidissou Prestin Benin
Taiwo Goal 15' (pen)
Ehiosun Goal 45+'
Report Kabia Goal 89'

27 March 2011
7:00pm WAT
2012 ACN Qualifying
Nigeria  4 – 0  Ethiopia Abuja Stadium, Abuja
Referee: Slim Jedidi Tunisia
P. Utaka Goal 1',Goal 53'
I. Uche Goal 77',Goal 90'
Report

29 March 2011[2]
6:30 PM WAT
Friendly
Nigeria  3 – 0  Kenya Abuja Stadium, Abuja
Referee: Benin
Musa Goal 3'
Anichebe Goal 48'
I. Uche Goal 90+'
Report

1 June 2011
8:30 PM WAT
Friendly
Nigeria  4 – 1  Argentina Abuja Stadium, Abuja
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Ibrahim Chaibou, Niger
I. Uche Goal 10' Goal 39'
Obinna Goal 27' (pen.)
Emenike Goal 52'
Report Boselli Goal 90+9' (pen.)

5 June 2011
UTC+3
2012 ACN Qualifying
Ethiopia  2 – 2  Nigeria Addis Ababa Stadium, Addis Ababa
Seid Goal 41',Goal 50' Report I. Uche Goal 27'
Yobo Goal 86'

4 September 2011
14:30 UTC+3
2012 ACN Qualifying
Madagascar  0 – 2  Nigeria Mahamasina Stadium, Antananarivo
Report Yobo Goal 68'
Obinna Goal 75'

6 September 2011
7:00 PM UTC+6
Friendly
Argentina  3 – 1  Nigeria Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka[3]
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Akbar Bakhshizadeh (Iran)
Higuaín Goal 24'
di María Goal 26'
Elderson Goal 66' (o.g.)
Report Obasi Goal 47'

8 October 2011
2012 ACN Qualifying
Nigeria  2 -2  Guinea Abuja Stadium, Abuja
Obinna Goal 64'
I. Uche Goal 71'
Report Bangoura Goal 54'
Diallo Goal 90+'

11 October 2011
8:00 pm
Friendly
Ghana  0 - 0  Nigeria Vicarage Road, Watford
Referee: Mark Clattenburg (England)
Report

12 November 2011
Friendly
Nigeria  0 - 0  Botswana Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium, Benin City
Report

15 November 2011
4:00 pm
Friendly
Nigeria  2 - 0  Zambia Ahmadu Bello Stadium, Kaduna
K.Uche Goal 9'
I. Uche Goal 90+'
Report

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