Munetsi Fires First Deadly Shot At Super Eagles Ahead Of Clash

Stade de Reims combative midfielder Marshall Munetsi said the Zimbabwean Warriors have what it takes to defeat the Super Eagles of Nigeria reports.

Munetsi said the Warriors of Zimbabwe will capitalize on the lack of fitness of Nigerians to defeat them.

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Super Eagles team at the Mobolaji Johnson Stadium, Onikan, Lagos.

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The Super Eagles of Nigeria played out a one all draw against the crocodiles of Lesotho last Thursday.

Goals from Motlomelo Mkwanazi broke the deadlock in the second half and gave the Likuena the lead after a keenly contested first-half that ended in stalemate.

However, Nigerians equalised eleven minutes later through an Oluwasemilogo Ajayi’s header.

Munetsi talks about Super Eagles fixture with Zimbabwe next Sunday

Munetsi talks about Super Eagles fixture on Sunday.

According to Munetsi taking on the Super Eagles on Sunday is an added advantage to the team adding citing Nigeria’s fixture congestion.

“It’s going to be a good challenge against Nigeria and I’m sure it will be a game of fine margins,” Munetsi told the Herald and was quoted by Daily Post Nigeria.

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Sao Tome and Principe line up against the Super Eagles before kick-off.
Sao Tome and Principe line up against Super Eagles in Uyo

“They played on Thursday and didn’t have much time to recover, so we can use that to our advantage.

“Obviously the team has big-name players, but even then, if they don’t have time to recover and all the travels, it might be difficult for them to adjust. We just need to be confident and have a good game plan for us to get maximum points.”

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