Atlanta - Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi has admitted the team was not at its best when it played a goalless draw with Mexico in an international friendly on Wednesday.
Nigeria wasted begging chances at the start of the game
played in Atlanta, USA.
Keshi while assessing the performance of his wards against
Mexico, said it was fair but he was not too happy at the manner the players
were losing the ball easily to the opponents.
“I guess it’s because we have not played together for quite
a while, but that will be addressed when camp opens for the World Cup and I
know the quality of players we have in this team they will surely go places”.
The Super Eagles will play Scotland and the United States
before heading to Brazil for the World Cup in June.
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