Taribo West, the former defender of Inter and Milan, believes that the national team of Nigeria has to present a much better game if they want to win Bosnia and Herzegovina in the second round of Group F.
West, who formed a part of the national team of Nigeria when it played on the World Cup in 1998 and 2002. However, the Super Eagles were eliminated in the group stage. West adds how he believes that Stephen Keshi has to advise his players to raise their game because the match with Bosnia is decisive.
“IN order to finish the match and walk out as winners, Super Eagles must raise the level of their game. This is a key game for qualification into the next round,” said the former defender who played when Nigeria won gold at the Olympics in 1996 in Atlanta.