The Flying Eagles will go all out in their clash against South Africa at the U-20 African Cup of Nations, according to team head coach Paul Aigbogun.
Nigeria had beaten Burundi 2-0 in their first game of the competition on Saturday and will need a win against the Amajitas to book a place in the semi-final of the tournament.
While speaking ahead of the clash on Tuesday, Aigbogun told the press on Monday in Niamey, Niger that his side will leave no stone unturned against South Africa.
”We are entering a second game that will be different from the first which we won,” he said.
“I can’t say that our team will play in the same style as against Burundi but we know one thing; we are here to qualify for the World Cup.”
South Africa and Niger settled for a 1-1 draw in their first clash. In the other game in the group, Niger will face Burundi.