The Super Eagles have apologised for failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar 2022.
The apology comes one week after the team lost on away goal rule to fierce rivals Ghana in Abuja.
The Super Eagles promised to soar again and bring joy to Nigerians in a tweet on Tuesday.
“For your unwavering support and love, we thank you our dear fans. Things didn’t go as planned and WE ARE SORRY🙏🏾 We will soar high again…We go bring joy again. NAIJA forever!!!” the tweet read.
Vice captain of the Super Eagles William Troost-Ekong had earlier apologised for the team’s performance.
Troost-Ekong said the team gave “everything possible” but “it wasn’t meant to be.”
As part of the fallout from the loss to Ghana, coach Austin Eguavoen has resigned while his technical team has been sacked.