The super Eagles of Nigeria has defeated Sao Tome and Principe ten goals to nothing at the African cup of Nations qualifiers.
The annihilation took place at the Adrar Stadium on Monday.
Napoli striker Victor Osimhen opened the floodgates of goals within minutes when he scored the first goal from Moses Simon’s cross.
Simon, who plies his trade with Nantes in France, registered his name on the scoresheet to make it 2-0 for Nigeria.
A few minutes to the end of the first half, former Kortrijk forward Terem Moffi profited from Osimhen’s assist to open his international goal diary.
In the 48th minute, Osimhen continued the onslaught after he benefited from Ademola Lookman’s excellent delivery.
A fantastic free kick from Oghenekaro Etebo at the edge of the box made it 5-0 for the Super Eagles — about five minutes before the hour mark.
Moffi then bagged his brace and Nigeria’s 6th from a fine Zaidu Sanusi assist before Lookman joined the train for his maiden international goal in the 64th minute.
In the 65th minute, Super Eagles poser boy Osimhen got his hat-trick before securing his fourth goal of the match — moments later — as Nigeria led 9-0.
West Ham United target Emmanuel Dennis scored from the penalty spot at injury time as Nigeria completed the massacre.
The scoreline is the biggest win ever by the three-time African champions.