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Serbia Coach Krstajic: We Should Have Beaten Super Eagles By More Than Two Goals

Serbia Coach Krstajic: We Should Have Beaten Super Eagles By More Than Two Goals

By Adeboye Amosu:

Serbia head coach Mladen Krstajic insists his side fully deserved their win after beating Nigeria 2-0 in their friendly match on Tuesday, reports Completesportsnigeria. com.

Krstajic’s men dominated the game with Aleksander Mitroviv scoring the two goals after the break and the gaffer reckons the goal margin should have been bigger considereing their dominance of the game.

“I would like to congratulate the players on the win and their excellent performance. Also, on the approach, engagement, responsibility and discipline in the game,” Krstajic stated during his post-match press conference.

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“We controlled the game from the first minute and didn’t give them any chance to play. The win could have been more convincing, but it’s important how we worked. Go to nodepositbonus.com

“The only unfortunate thing is the result against Morocco, but we have proved our critics wrong with our performance in this game.

“The guys showed character and proved they are ready to play for the national team. We are moving forward, an important job is ahead of us.”

The Super Eagles next friendly will be against DR Congo in Nigeria on May 28 before taking on the Three Lions of England on June 2nd, 2018.

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  • irabor kingsley 3 years ago

    No be your fault, because u manage to win, you saying u will have scored more goals wait till we meet in the world cup you will know how far. you know if you lost this match they will have sack you, you are there making mouth

  • These Serbians are poor sportsmen, gloating over a win they struggled and were lucky to get. That was how Baxter and his SA team overcelebrated their 2-0 win in Nigeria when Rohr was experimenting. What happened next? They misjudged their strength went on a losing spree both home and away and against even football minors.

    When the proper competition starts and trials and errors are over, these Serbian team will discover they are just an average team if they were to meet Nigeria or any African team at the World Cup. Yeye dey smell. 🙁