Port Harcourt - Nigeria head coach Sunday Oliseh was
satisfied with Nigeria's 0-0 draw against Tanzania on Saturday and has promised
the nation the Super Eagles will get better.
The Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Dar es Salaam was
Oliseh's first competitive game in charge of Nigeria and he has promised the
team will continue to improve over time.
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"I can describe the match as a game of two halves
because we struggled in the first half but came back strongly in the second
half containing the Tanzanians, who also played very well," he told Punch.
"We only had two days to train together just as Ahmed
[Musa] said and I am impressed with the way we played even though the striking
was blunt, but I am optimistic we will work on those mistakes step by step.
"This is far better than game that what we had in Abuja
on Wednesday as our first friendly match.
"With what I have seen of this outing and the period
leading to this match, I can confidently say that the third game will be
better. And that's what we'll keep doing with subsequent matches," he
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