Goal takes a look at those who should lead the line in Saturday’s crunch AFCON tie with Bafana Bafana in Johannesburg
Always produces the goods on the big occasions for the Super Eagles. Rohr has no better person to call on for this crunch fixture than the Al-Nassr wideman.
The 22-year old has become a vital cog in the revived Arsenal team under Unai Emery. For Nigeria he has recently excelled playing the number 10 role, most notably in the double-header against Libya where his passes and forward runs led to both goals and assists.
The youngster made headlines when he was called up to the squad to face Bafana Bafana but his pace, skill and lethal left foot would have justified his call-up even if he had not scored his maiden goal for the Villarreal senior team last weekend against Rayo Vallecano.
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The former Granada man has started to get more game time for Watford after a torrid time out injured. He did come off the bench in the last qualifier away to Libya and with regular striker Odion Ighalo out injured, this could be Success’ chance to seize the limelight.