Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro has declared that his players must be clinical in front of goal if they must avenge their defeat to the Djurtus of Guinea-Bissau.
The Djurtus stunned the Super Eagles by claiming a famous 1-0 victory in the first match at the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja, last week Friday.
The Super Eagles created a number of clear cut chances in the game but were let down by their poor marksmanship.
Both teams will clash again in the reverse fixture on Monday (today) with the three-time African champions desperate to get back to winning ways again.
Peseiro once again admitted that his players did well in the game but claimed it is important they convert their chances.
“I gave my opinion after the first match. I watched the video again yesterday and our team missed a lot of chances. The strikers missed a lot of chances,” Peseiro told a press conference monitored by DAILY POST.
“The performance was not bad but we need to score goals. That’s the most important thing. It is not normal when a team like us misses too many chances like we did on Friday.
*We moved the ball well, played offensively too and shot the ball well. I think it is better you create opportunities than not.
“I want my team to do the same but avoid mistakes. We made too many mistakes in the first game.
“It’s important for us to be clinical in front of goal, to finish well when we have the chances.”
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