Super Eagles commander, John Obi Mikel has at long last talked after he drove Nigeria to a stun 4-2 prevail
upon Argentina on Tuesday in Russia.
The midfielder conceded that the Super Eagles are a work in advance after they adapted to playing in
another 3-5-2 arrangement.
As indicated by the China-based midefielder, mentor Gernot Rohr’s half-time zip talk set the group back on
track in the second half.
“We played a new system that we never played before, so we struggled to find our feet in the first half, but we improved after the break.“The coach spoke to us and we corrected our mistakes which helped us to fight back. Our team is still work in progress.”
Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi hit back of the net twice while goals from Kelechi Iheanacho and Brian Idowu sealed a remarkable win for the Super Eagles.
Ever Banega and Sergio Aguero had handed Argentina a 2-0 lead in the opening 36 minutes.