Super Eagles winger, Simon Moses, has described his performance in the opening game against Egypt as an example of what he can do at the ongoing African Cup of Nations.
The France-based star was the orchestrator of most of Nigeria’s attack against Egypt, with his crosses from the left wing resulting in Kelechi Iheanacho’s winning goal.
Speaking ahead of Saturday’s game against Sudan, the Nantes star, who missed the Russia 2018 World Cup due to injury, said he is just getting into his game, adding that his best is yet to come.
He said: “The game against Sudan is something we just need to be careful with because now in Africa, there are no small teams.
“So, of course, we just need to go all in all. The way we took the game against Egypt is the same way we are going to do against Sudan. We have to do our best and give 100 per cent to have three points.”
A win for the Eagles against Sudan on Saturday will seal Nigeria’s passage to the round of 16.