Nigeria continued their perfect start to the African Cup of Nations with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Sudan.
The Super Eagles were in front after three minutes when Moises Simon laid the ball off for Samuel Chukwueze to slot home.
A farcical goal doubled the score just before half-time when Kelechi Iheanacho’s free kick was flicked on by William Troost-Ekong, rebounded off the head of Salaheldin Nemer and then the face of Taiwo Awoniyi before sneaking under goalkeeper Ali Abu-Eshrain.
Straight after the break any chance for Sudan was gone when, after a long passing move, Simon raced into the box and smashed low into the net.
Sudan were let back into the game when the referee, after consultation with VAR, gave a penalty for a tug on Mustafa Mohammed’s shirt from Ola Aina and Walieldin Khidir sent keeper Maduka Okoye the wrong way from the spot.
Nigeria are top of Group D with six points, Sudan are in third for now with one point from two games.