Formerly, "This is Africa/fyeahAfrica".
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Based in Cape Town, South Africa
From Lagos, Nigeria
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(since Oct. 21th 2012)
Nigeria’s goal was scored by Sunday Mba in the 39th minute. This is his secong goal of the tournament.
Follow my live-tweeting here: @dynamicafrica.
Warning: I’m Nigerian so Burkina Faso supporters, proceed with caution.
I’ll be live-tweeting the events (and my heavy emotions) for the events happening tonight. As you may or may not know by now, I’m Nigerian therefore I’m #TeamNigeria all the way so if you can’t handle my dedicated allegiance for the Super Eagles, I’ll understand.
I see the game as being 50/50, which is what makes me so terribly nervous. Burkina Faso could just as easily win this as Nigeria. It’s their first time ever at an Africa Cup of Nations, and they’re a physically aggressive team as we’ve seen before (see: Ghana vs BF), so they’re incredibly hungry for a victory.
It’s sure to be an exciting game and I believe if you have Eurosport or ESPN3 (don’t quote me on this) you’ll be able to watch the game live. It begins at 20:00 CAT (that’s 8pm for those who don’t use 24hr clock language) and I’ll be live-tweeting at @dynamicafrica.
May the best team win!