U17 AFCON: “We don’t care if Nigeria come spitting hearth”

U17 AFCON: “We don’t care if Nigeria come spitting hearth”

The Golden Eaglets simply want a degree to seal their place within the subsequent spherical, however Crowie has promised that his lads will give their all to defeat Nigeria 

South Africa coach Duncan Crowie has said that his crew will match every little thing Nigeria’s Golden Eaglets convey to the pitch when each groups conflict of their essential U-17 Africa Cup of Nations tie on Saturday.

Soccernet.ng experiences that Nigeria will tackle South Africa of their ultimate group recreation of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday.

There’s a lot at stake, and the 2 groups can be seeking to convey their A-game to make sure they emerge winners on the finish of 90 minutes.

Each groups have picked one win every, each of which have come towards Zambia. Nigeria defeated Zambia 1-0 in their first game however misplaced the second to Morocco, whereas South Africa misplaced their first recreation towards Morocco 1-0, however bounced again with a 3-2 win towards Zambia.

The Golden Eaglets simply want a draw to progress to the subsequent spherical, however South Africa should win the sport in the event that they need to end the event.

Forward of the sport, Amajimbos coach has Crowie has been speaking robust, as he believes his crew will defeat Nigeria.

“They performed a really high quality recreation of their final match and we all know they are going to are available to this tie like a wounded animal,” Crowie told CAF Media.

“They could be a very harmful crew and there may be at all times high quality in that facet. It will likely be a unbelievable recreation.

“Regardless of dropping that recreation(towards Morocco), I nonetheless assume they’d a variety of high quality that shouldn’t be ignored.

“We need to focus on getting a end result for ourselves and never having to depend upon another person.

“Our final objective is to enter the match with an goal to win. We don’t care if Nigeria come spitting hearth. We wish our boys to spit extra hearth. Whoever needs it extra will get it.”

A victory for Nigeria is not going to simply seal their spot within the semifinals, it could assure them a ticket to the 2023 Below-17 World Cup.

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