The floodlight at Stade Charles De Gaulle was allegedly turned off as Super Eagles trained in Porto-Novo, Benin Republic, this evening.

The training session comes as the Eagles landed in Benin today ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Benin Republic.

The Super Eagles are due to face the Squirrels on Saturday.

Gernot Rohr’s wards arrived at the Stade Charles De Gaulle to have a feel of the pitch at 6:29pm Nigerian time.

But throughout the one hour spent in the stadium, the floodlight was allegedly not switched on by officials of the Benin Republic Football Federation.

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The floodlight at Stade Charles De Gaulle was allegedly turned off as Super Eagles trained in Porto-Novo, Benin Republic, this evening.

The training session comes as the Eagles landed in Benin today ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier against Benin Republic.

The Super Eagles are due to face the Squirrels on Saturday.

Gernot Rohr’s wards arrived at the Stade Charles De Gaulle to have a feel of the pitch at 6:29pm Nigerian time.

But throughout the one hour spent in the stadium, the floodlight was allegedly not switched on by officials of the Benin Republic Football Federation.

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