Oghenekaro Etebo has shifted focus to Tuesday’s second leg of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Libya in Sfax Tunisia, saying the job is not yet over regardless of their 4-0 first leg win in Uyo.
The Stoke City midfielder starred for the Super Eagles who thrashed the Mediterranean Knights 4-0 in Saturday’s matchday-3 clash at the Akwa Ibom International Stadium.
Etebo admits there’s still a lot of work to do in the reverse fixture.
“Brilliant team performance and great to get home win, but our work is not over. All our focus is now on Tuesday.” Etebo wrote on his Instagram page on Sunday.
The Super Eagles midfielder is expected to keep his position alongside Wilfred Ndidi barring any last minute hitch.
Nigeria are now second in Group E with six points from nine points. South Africa lead with seven points while Libya are third on four points and Seychelles occupy the fourth place without a point.
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