Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr says he is not worried over his side’s inability to score more than two goals in two games so far at the ongoing 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, Completesports.com reports.
The three-time African champions have scored twice in their opening two games in the competition despite the glut of attacking talents in the team.
One of the goals was scored by Shanghai Shenhua of China striker Odion Ighalo, while centre-back Kenneth Omeruo netted the other against the Syli Nationale of Guinea.
The Super Eagles wasted a number of chances against the Guineans with Ighalo the worst culprit.
Rohr is however satisfied to see his side carve out goal scoring chances despite not scoring enough.
“I’m not worried because we created plenty chances to score. We scored a beautiful goal against Burundi. We scored from a corner which I think is a good thing,” Rohr told reporters after the win against Guinea.
The West Africans were the first country to book a spot in the Round of 16 after the win on Wednesday.
They will face the Barea of Madagascar in their last Group B game on Sunday at the Alexandria Stadium.
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