Victor Moses : Super Eagles In A Difficult Situation, We Need To Beat IcelandPublished: June 22, 2018
Chelsea star Victor Moses has revealed that the Super Eagles have no margin for error in this evening's clash against Iceland at the at the Volgograd Arena.
The Blazers' shock 3-0 win over Argentina put them five points clear at the top of the standings in Group D, and should Gernot Rohr's men falter in their second group match by losing to Iceland, they would be knocked out of the competition with one game remaining.
''We put ourselves in a very difficult situation at the moment, the Iceland game we need to go all in, to get three points from that game,'' Moses told FIFA TV.
''Obviously, it is not going to be an easy game for us. Iceland, they are very tactical, they are very good.
''When you watch the one they played against Argentina, they did very well.
''They are going to come with a different strategy, different system against us but the most important thing for us now is to stay together as a team, forget about the game against Croatia, hopefully do the best that we can to actually win against Iceland.''
Nigeria have failed to qualify for the last sixteen of the World Cup twice in previous tournaments, in 2002 and 2010.
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