Nigeria national team winger Moses Simon expressed his happiness with the Super Eagles, promising improvement in the upcoming Group D match.

The Nigeria national team conquered Egypt in their opening Africa Cup of Nations game, winning 1-0.

The win put Egypt on first place in Group D, with with three points.

Not only the result was commendable, but the performance of Super Eagles was also impressive as well, which left a lot of fans satisfied with the team’s capabilities.

In the second Group stage game, Nigeria will be confronting Sudan, with the aim of converting chances.

Former Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Amunike highlighted that the wingers need to do more for the team.

Ahead of the game with Sudan, Simon spoke about the work done in training, while also commenting on the mood in camp.

“We are working on the finishing. The coaches are making sure we get things right. We are not perfect,” Moses Simon mused during the pre match conference attended by on Friday morning.

“Emmanuel Amunike is a legend. We watched play on TV. We learn from someone like him.

“I am not Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo. Everyone makes mistakes. We are trying to improve on our game.

He concluded: “The mood in camp is positive, we are all doing well. Egypt is one of the big team. There is no small side in Africa.”


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