Nigeria head coach Stephen Keshi has praised his players following their commanding victory over hosts Bafana Bafana at CHAN 2014.
Hosts Bafana Bafana have been knocked out in the group stages of CHAN 2014, with Mali and and Nigeria progressing to the quarter-finals.
Zimbabwe and Mozambique played out an uneventful goalless draw in their group B clash in the CHAN at the Athlone Stadium.
Hosts Bafana Bafana got their 2014 CHAN campaign off to a winning start thanks to a 3-1 win over Mozambique in Saturday's opener in Cape Town.
The third edition of the CHAN takes place in South Africa this year, with South Africa, Mali, Mozambique and Nigeria set to battle it out in Group A.
The 2014 edition of CHAN promises to be an interesting spectacle for those who have their eyes on potential rising stars.
CAF are stepping up their testing of players at age group levels in order to expose those turning out in the wrong age groups.
A brace from Peter Odemwingie scored either side of half-time proved the key for Nigeria as they brushed aside Mozambique.
Mozambique are confident that they can compound Nigeria boss Shaibu Amodu's misery when they face the Super Eagles.
Defending champions Egypt sealed a place in the African Nations Cup quarter-finals by beating Mozambique 2-0.
Egypt could all but secure their passage to the group stages of AFCON with a win over Mozambique on Saturday.
Fumo took advantage of a goalkeeping howler to salvage an unlikely draw for Mozambique against Benin.