Argentina squander two-goal lead and lose to Nigeria

Argentina squander two-goal lead and lose to Nigeria

Argentina squander two-goal lead and lose to Nigeria

64-year-old Rohr, whose 3-5-2 formation against the South American giants appeared to work out fine, praised his boys for their "great team spirit" and strong determination during the game.

With team captain John Obi Mikel expected to return to the Super Eagles' midfield, Wilfred Ndidi is also expected to keep his place with Rohr expected to decide between the duo of Oghenekaro Etebo and John Ogu who were both impressive against Algeria in Constantine last Friday.

The Sky Blues' record goalscorer fell ill at half time of the Albiceleste's 4-2 defeat to Nigeria at the Stadion FK in Krasnodar and lost consciousness, according to TyC Sports.

"My biggest worry was the way the team played when we were behind".

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Nigeria come into the game off the back of a 1-1 draw with Algeria in their last World Cup qualifying - a game that they did not need to win, having already booked their place in Russian Federation next summer. "We stay humble & realize we have more work to do", he stated.

Aguero remains in good form, but Argentina will need to do better in the final third if they are to make short work of the Nigerian threat.

"We played a new system today we never played before so we struggled to find our feet in the first half but at the break, the coach spoke to us and we corrected our mistakes which helped us to fight back".

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