“It is, however, disheartening that Tunisia that lost two out of their group matches, even missing eight players and their coach for tonight’s match, due to COVID-19, would knock us out of the tournament.
“I am very, very sad and angry. In fact, I don’t think anything will make meaning to me tonight again,” he said.
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Mr. Muideen Adeleke, a sports journalist, in his own comment, attributed Nigeria’s loss to tactical and technical deficiency, saying the coach failed to do the needful to win the game.
“It is a hard defeat to take. The Super Eagles were tactically and technically deficient.
“Why did the coach introduce ‘attacking football’ late? Umar Sadiq should have probably started early.
“In all, the technical team and the coaches got the game wrong and we suffered for it,” he said.
Adetunji Akanbi, another sport journalist, said Tunisian players were not more skillful than the Super Eagles but Nigeria was just so unlucky to capitalise on the misfortune of the Tunisian team.
“The Tunisians were missing 12 first-team players, including their captain and coach, who were all isolating due to testing positive to COVID-19.
“Nigeria’s performance was poor from the onset and we lost that swagger and fear factor to the Tunisians.
“However, we were also unlucky because the same offence committed by a Spurs player, Matt Doherty, on Malang Sarr of Chelsea today which didn’t even earn him a yellow card, earned Iwobi a red,” he said. (NAN)