Former Super Eagles talisman Julius Aghahowa, has bemoaned the lack of creativity in the Super Eagles squad after their first two games at the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
Nigeria are living up to expectations in Cameroon, accumulating maximum six points after winning their first two games against Egypt and Sudan, and are into the round of sixteen with a game to spare.
Quite a number of football loving Nigerian fans gives the Super Eagles the benefit of the doubt in qualifying into the next round, but they’ve done well enough to surprised many with their performances.
Aghahowa reveals that one major performers for the Eagles so far at the AFCON has been Joe Aribo, who has been playing as a makeshift number six and number eight.
While Iheanacho who has played as a shadow striker and Moses Simon from the left wing have tried to create chances for the team.
Aghahowa while speaking with the media said: “The fact is the Super Eagles played exciting football, a lot of possession though in the opponents half we didn’t get that creativity that we wanted but all in all two games six points we are good to go.”
“I think this is a walk in the park. The last game is just for us to play those players that have not had game time.”
Nigeria have won two games in the competition, and it’s only Joe Aribo and Simon that has credited an assist for the team.
This article was updated 7 months ago