The Super Eagles are gearing up for a crucial encounter against Angola at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Kenneth Omeruo, known for his resilience on the pitch, has emphasized the team's focus and determination as they aim for victory in the upcoming match.
Confident and Focused Approach
Omeruo expressed the team's readiness to avoid distractions and focus solely on their performance on the field. He stated, as reported by "We have absolutely no need to go into back-and-forth chatter with any team.
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Super Eagles of Nigeria star Moses Simon has warned his teammates to guard against complacency when they take on Angola.
"The Super Eagles are in Cote d’Ivoire for serious business." This statement underscores the team's commitment to their goal of clinching victory without engaging in unnecessary verbal exchanges.
Reflecting on previous encounters with Angola, Omeruo recalled their last meeting in 2012, which ended in a draw. Despite acknowledging Angola's competitive nature, Omeruo asserted, "There is no possibility of Friday’s match ending in a draw; a winner must emerge." This declaration highlights the team's determination to secure a decisive outcome in their favor.
Letting Actions Speak Louder
Omeruo emphasized the importance of letting their performance on the pitch speak for itself. He emphasized, "Our collective resolve is to do the talking on the pitch.
The Nigeria Spirit trumps all." This statement reflects the team's belief in their abilities and their commitment to delivering results through their actions rather than words.
Addressing the scepticism following their draw against Equatorial Guinea, Omeruo highlighted the team's resilience and growing confidence after victories against strong opponents like Cote d’Ivoire and Cameroon.
He emphasized the need to maintain their focus, belief, and work ethic to continue their successful campaign in the tournament.