Austine Eguavoen says a great deal of work actually should be done on the Super Eagles assault in front of the 2021 AFCON in Cameroon which will start in two days time.
The Eagles beat Cameroon club Coton Sport 2-0 in a training game in Garoua on Friday.
Objectives from captain Ahmed Musa and Samuel Chukwueze, acquired the Eagles an agreeable success.
In any case, interval mentor Eguavoen expressed that the instructing group actually need to deal with the assaulting third of the group.
“Before objective we are too not many and that is the thing that we need to work on,” he said on NFF TV after the game.
“Crosses were coming, ball ownership is great, playing to the side which is our solidarity is excellent yet showing up in the container with less players isn’t very great and that is the thing that we will chip away at in the following not many days.”
Notwithstanding, he commended the players for their general execution.
“We played two arrangements of groups, first half 11 players and in the last part another 11 players just to perceive how they can toll and adapt to the climate condition. We battled a tad with the climate yet as far as ball ownership and development I think we were exceptionally intrigued. Dominating this match is something excellent for us.”
The Eagles beginning 11 for the training game had any semblance of Maduka Okoye, William Troost-Ekong, Wilfred Ndidi, Joe Aribo, Chidera Ejuke, Kelechi Iheanacho, Ahmed Musa and Taiwo Awoniyi.
Furthermore talking on how the beginning 11 fared against Coton Sport, the 2006 AFCON bronze decoration winning mentor said:”They did well overall, it’s somewhat hard to look at the two groups and we botched a few opportunities and we scored just a single objective. Second gathering came on botched a few opportunities additionally and scored just a single objective. So the outcome is Nigeria two Coton Sport zero.
“Like we realize it’s a training match no one needs to go full power since we need to attempt to play safe a smidgen yet anyway we are dazzled by everybody that came in.”
Also on whether the strategies during preparing were top notch by the players over the span of the training game, Eguavoen added:”Yes we did yet eventually we didn’t in view of exhaustion. The ball development was somewhat quicker which we required and with respect to the players they were doing that. In any case, as the game advanced weariness began setting in so the ball development turned into somewhat more slow. However, at whatever point they recover they will go out 100% of the time there and do precisely what we need them to do.”