Gernot Rohr has revealed that the team will hope to maintain a perfect wing play against Libya in the reverse fixture of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Sfax.
Rohr credited Nigeria’s expansive play in the second half as the architect of the team’s high scoring exploits but was quick to warn that failure to maintain good discipline could affect the team.
“Our expansive play – by exploring the wings – in the second half helped us against a good side. Now we must maintain discipline in all areas.”
“Sometimes you get away with mistakes and another time you can easily be punished, it could make a difference whether you can qualify or not,” he noted.
“To win by 4-0 is good but this result does not mean we had a perfect game,” Rohr said.
“We had obvious problems defensively especially in the first half and before we play Libya again in three days, we must improve on our weak areas,” observed the gaffer.