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Simon says he only did his best to add to a ''fantastic collective effort
by the Super Eagles'' to yield a 2-0 victory over Swaziland, in the second
leg of the round 2 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
youngster who scored the first goal of Tuesday’s match at the Adokiye
Amiesiamaka Stadium with an excellent free kick is ''100% certain
Nigeria will perform well in the group stage of the qualifiers.''
coach Sunday Oliseh for his ''amazing tactical awareness and technical
ability'', Simon said there is collective unity in the Super
Eagles way beyond the imagination of outsiders.
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we are a simple united unit but in reality we see each other as brothers and
love for each other is uniquely golden. This spirit can help us win our
KAA Gent winger also attributed the win to what he called the collective
factor, saying, ‘‘No exaggeration, in the Suler Eagles there is one theme
and that is in the two-word phrase, collective effort.''
The former Trencin starlet added: ''The idea was always for
the Super Eagles not to concede in the first half so I had to be tracking
back to help the defender line. Elsewhere, my colleagues
performed excellently and we won deservedly.''