Chelsea right-wing-back, Victor Moses has revealed that the first target the Super Eagles will seek in Friday’s match against Iceland is to score an early goal, as he believes that would destabilise the opponents.
While also disclosing that the Eagles intend to run their opponents down with fast paced attack and all-round offensive play, Moses stressed that nothing short of victory would be satisfactory for the Nigerian team.
He admitted that Nigeria must not drop points at Volgograd Arena in order to keep alive their hopes of qualifying for the last sixteen for the fourth time in six World Cups.
Moses, who is set to make his fourth World Cup appearance against Iceland, said the tie will be tougher than next Tuesday’s battle with Argentina because the Cold Country have a very organized squad and play as a unit.
He revealed: ”We have a plan to apply for Iceland in the hope of scoring goals early and making them feel bad.
“I know they also have their plans but we will try to run more than them, especially in the middle and in the offensive.”