In a thrilling display of skill and determination, Nigeria emerged victorious over Cameroon, securing a 33-25 triumph in the President’s Cup at the Africa Men’s Handball Nations Cup held in Egypt.
Under the expert guidance of Coach Rafiu Salami, the Golden Arrows showcased their prowess, dominating the first half with a 15-12 lead despite facing a resilient Cameroon.
The second half witnessed an even more impressive performance from the Golden Arrows, arguably their finest in the entire nations cup. Players like Faruk Yusuf, Hakeem Salami, Daniel Bello, and Obinna Anih seized crucial opportunities to score pivotal goals, ultimately clinching a well-deserved 33-25 victory against Cameroon.
Farouk Yusuf, the talented right back, rightfully earned the title of the most valuable player of the match, adding to Nigeria’s glory as they claimed the prestigious President’s Trophy.
This victory solidified Nigeria’s position as the 9th best team in the nations cup, having participated in six matches, securing four wins and experiencing two defeats.