Super Eagles
manager, Sunday Oliseh has expressed delight over the team’s performance at the
Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium in Port Harcourt today. Nassaraw United’s Bature
Yaro and Warri Wolves’ Gbolahan Salami fired Nigeria to a 2-0 win against
Burkina Faso in the first leg final fixture. 
Speaking to
supersport.com in a post-match interview, Oliseh lauded his men’s efforts but noted
that it is not yet a convincing victory for the team.
 “The home Eagles fared very well against their
opponents, Les Etalons of Burkina Faso. This is our first match with the
home-based Super Eagles and I think it came off quite well. However, I think we
have not won anything yet going into the second leg fixture in Ouagadougou, if
we could score two goals here nothing stops the Burkinabes scoring same number
of goals in the reverse fixture.

“So we will prepare
harder with more organised mind to win well and secure the CHAN ticket right
there in Ouagadougou for Nigerians
. He added that “The
Burkinabes were somehow flawless and combustive, I think they gave my charges a
strong run for their money. It will be an entertaining and interesting reverse
fixture right there in Ouagadougou. ”

The winner of the second
round will automatically qualify for the final CHAN tournament in Rwanda in
2016.