Football: Nigeria To Improve On Team’s Weakness For Return Leg In Egypt
Nigeria’s Super Eagles Coach, Samson Siasia, has promised to improve on the team’s weakness before the Tuesday’s (29th March) return leg match in Egypt. Siasia made this known shortly after the Nigeria’s 1-1 draw with Egypt at the Ahmadu Bello Stadium in Kaduna.
According to him, the Eagles played well, and they needed to be corrected in some little ways before the next match. He said, “We will try to see what went wrong and do a proper check before playing our next match so that we can win in Egypt. The players did well but I don’t know what went wrong at the last three minutes that the Egyptians equalized.
“That is football for you; when you play well it can end up being a draw or loss, but these guys play a fair play; with this outcome, we will try our best to win in Egypt because in football everything is possible. We cannot move backwards but forward as we are going to put ourselves together and see how we are going to win the (next) match,” he pointed out.
Nigeria’s Oghenekaro Etebo scored the goal for Nigeria in the 60th minute of the game, while Mohammed Salah scored at the 90th minute for Egypt.