Genrot Rohr, Super Eagles Head coach, has allayed fears of Nigerians over the possibility of the team failing to qualify for the 2018 World Cup following a disappointing 0-2 loss to South Africa last Saturday in Uyo.
Nigeria, who top their World Cup group B with six points will play Cameroon with two points in August in a must win World Cup qualifier with Cameroon needing to win the two legged qualifier against Nigeria to boost their qualification chances. Confidence of Nigerians in their team is beginning to wane following the loss to South Africa. But Rohr has come out to assure Nigerians that the team not be lackadaisical against Cameroon the way they played South Africa.“I think the next game with Cameroon will be very interesting. It will be better, much, much better.
“We had difficulties in finishing the match (South Africa) because we made so many efforts in the first half while some of our players were tired in the second half.
“We tried to open the wings and bring power to the team but unfortunately it did not yield fruits.
But against Cameroon we are sure about a win and bagging the whole three point.