Swaziland national team have vowed to upset Nigeria’s Super Eagles in the second leg of the World Cup Qualifier taking place in Port Harcourt 17 November.
The boast was made Friday after they held the Eagles to a goalless draw, a result that has made Coach Sunday Oliseh dispirited.
” We can’t give excuses because of this or that. I don’t think we brought our A game today. I think some of us took the game easy in the head and when you are on the pitch of play it is too late to wake your head. Obviously we’ll have to find a solution to that on Tuesday,” Oliseh said.
He expressed disappointment about the inability of the misfiring team to beat Swaziland at home. Both teams played a goalless draw.
Nevertheless, he was hopeful that the team would advance to the group round of the World Cup qualifying matches.
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