A former Nigeria winger, Garba Lawal, has urged the Super Eagles to be focused on beating Ghana no matter the scoreline in the return leg of their playoff in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
The West African countries battled to a goalless draw in Friday’s match at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
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The result makes Tuesday’s encounter at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium a must-win match for the home side.
“A derby is not a game where you can see good football, it is a lot of kicking, running and pushing,” Lawal told GOAL.
“It includes the intensity of the environment and the game, so a derby it’s not all that fantastic, it’s all about physicality and results.
“In this type of game, nobody cares about how you play or score, the most important thing is the result.
“We are not looking for too many goals in Abuja, we can score 1-0 and it’s okay for us, but if we can score five then it’s fine too.
“The most important thing is to win the second leg and qualify for Qatar.”
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