Karl Namnganda urges CAR to ‘dream of impossible’ after beating Nigeria


After a stunning victory over Nigeria in qualifying for the 2022 World Cup, Karl Namnganda believes the Central African Republic must “dream of the unattainable.”

In stoppage time in Lagos on Thursday, the 25-year-old scored his first-ever international goal, handing the Super Eagles their first home defeat in a World Cup qualifier since October 1981.

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CAR is two points behind Nigeria in Group C and will face Gernot Rohr’s side again on Sunday, with only the group winners qualifying for the Qatar play-offs in March.

“I won’t lie, I think about it [qualifying for the World Cup],” Namnganda said.

“Everything is possible in football. With our young squad, we dream.

“And in football to go far you have to dream of the impossible. We have to use the momentum and give all we have.”

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