John Ogu fired the west African nation ahead with his 63rd minute strike before Porto’s Yacine Brahimi rescued the Desert Foxes from the penalty spot with two minutes remaining in the encounter.
The stalemate in Constantine means the Super Eagles marched on to Russia with an unbeaten record of four wins and two draws in six games.
And football enthusiasts across social media are full of praise for Nigeria’s impressive unbeaten run.
Congrats Super Eagles 4a dominant unbeaten w/cup campaign! But Rohr still has work 2do. Ezenwa/Nwakaeme etc are not it!— Eddie ibe (@chike_ibe) November 10, 2017
Super Eagles of Nigeria finish the #WCQ2018 unbeaten— League Management NG (@LMCNPFL) November 10, 2017
Super Eagles of Nigeria finish the #WCQ2018 unbeaten— Oche George ™ (@Scarfy04) November 10, 2017
Congrats to @thenff for finishing unbeaten in 'group of death' tho' the referring is questionable!!!— Goodnews Oladipupo (@itz_olaadii) November 10, 2017
Unbeaten run intact. 36 matches in World Cup Qualifiers #SuperEagles— Tomiwa Ojo (@10Qmedia) November 10, 2017