Nigeria defeated Guinea-Bissau 2-0 in their final Group D fixture at the ongoing African Cup of Nations on Wednesday night.
The Super Eagles failed to score in the first half of the encounter, but netted twice after the break.
Umar Sadiq converted a cross from Kelechi Iheanacho, before William Troost-Ekong tapped in a loose ball after majestic footwork from Moses Simon.
The game was a well organized one for the Super Eagles of Nigeria as they held the match to their advantage for 90min.
The result means Nigeria’s 100 percent record in Cameroon remains intact.
Nigeria beat Egypt 1-0 in their first fixture, before they saw off Sudan 3-1.
The Pharaohs finished in second place with six points, thanks to a 1-0 victory over Sudan.