Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, has reacted to the 1-0 win over Poland in the international friendly match on Friday.
Victor Moses won and clinically buried the 61st minute penalty that got the Super Eagles the hard-earned victory at the Municipal Stadium Wroclaw Poland.
The German tactician who hailed his team’s humility said beating the two teams in top 10 in the FIFA ranking does not make the Eagles favourite for the World Cup, calling for more humility and hard work.
“This team is a young team but also a team of leaders.
“If we stay humble & continue to work hard to improve our play we have huge potentials, but beating two FIFA top 10 teams in friendlies doesn’t mean we are now World Cup favourites.”
The Super Eagles will travel to London to face Serbia on Tuesday.