Super Eagles forward Victor Moses has declared that the team must go all out for a win against Iceland in their Group D encounter at the 2018 FIFA World Cup today (Friday) in Russia but has further stated that he is looking forward to a difficult game against the debutants.
Moses and his teammates are looking to bounce back from the 2-0 defeat to Croatia in their first game last Saturday.
A win against Heimir Hallgrimsson’s men will put them in firm control to secure a passage into the knock out stages after Croatia thrashed Argentina 3-0 on Thursday.
“It’s a difficult situation for us at the moment. The Iceland game, we need to get all three points. Obviously, it’s not going to be an easy game for us, ” Moses stated in an interview with FIFA TV.
“Iceland are a very tactical side. You see that in the way they played against Argentina. They did very well. They are going to come out with a new strategy against us. They will will defend well too.
“The most important thing is for us to stick together as a team and forget the game against Croatia.
“Hopefully, we will do the best we can do and get a win against Iceland. “