Super Eagles captain, Ahmed Musa insists the team will banish the agony of losing World Cup to ticket to Ghana in Abuja when they face Guinea-Bissau this Friday.
Recalled the Super Eagles for 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after playing 1-1 against Ghana at Moshood Abiola’s Stadium in Abuja.
The three time African Champions will host the Djurtus of Guinea Bissau at the same venue this Friday as they seek qualification for 2023 African Cup of Nations.
Speaking with Journalists, Musa, states that the team has put the disappointment behind them and will get rid of the feeling totally with a win against Guinea Bissau.
“We know what happened a year ago here against Ghana. That is behind us now. This is the AFCON qualifier and we want to make the fans happy,” Musa said at a press conference .
“We know the hardship that is currently going on in the country and football is the only thing that unites Nigerians. We want to make them happy”.
On when he intend to call it quit with the National team, Musa whose was largely criticised by the section of the media and fans, said :
“If the coach invites me, I will honour the invitation to play for my country. I have no plan to retire and will continue as long as my body carry me”.
The Super Eagles are going into the Group B game with six points from two games, victory in both game will seal qualification for 2023 African Cup of Nations.
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