Captain of the senior national team of Zambia Kennedy Mweene says the Super Eagles of Nigeria should not be judged based on their display on Saturday in Uyo.
Nigeria didn’t hit same height like they did against Cameroon in the last round of games and also in their 3-1 win over Algeria in their second game of the World Cup Qualifiers.
Speaking to Owngoalnigeria.com, the experienced shot stopper said the way Zambia played made it difficult to see the real Super Eagles, hence they shouldn’t be judged based on the game.
” Look, I think we cannot judge the Nigerian team as at now. We (Zambia) might be a very difficult team to play with. The way we played against Nigeria, it won’t be the same when they play other teams”, Mweene said.
” So for me it will be unfair to judge them based on our game against them, we still need to watch the Super Eagles in the coming games, you know they will have a lot of friendlies before the World Cup, then we’ll be able to see how good they are.
” There are a lot of youngsters in the team but they are youngsters with experience. I think they’ve a good and formidable team which can represent Africa well in Russia”, he said.