Stephen Dunmoye

Following the 4-0 loss to the United States over the weekend, Nigeria has targeted revenge as they file out against the Americans in Washington, today.

NEWSTODAYNG recalled that the USA scored three goals in the first half and then grabbed one in the second to condemn the Nigerians to a defeat at the Children’s Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas.

Ahead of the second friendly game against the two teams, Randy Waldrum stated that there were many positives to learn as his side hoped to improve when they face their United States counterparts in a second friendly.

He said: “We know there is going to be a challenge and another difficult game on Tuesday but the experience we gained is invaluable.”

“To be one of the top teams in the world, we have to play against this type of teams and get exposed so we learn from it and be better.”

“It takes time to be good if your look at what Morocco and South Africa are doing. Their teams are together on a regular basis.”

The Super Falcons take on the USA for the second time at Audi Field, home of the National Women’s Soccer League, The Washington Spirit, on Tuesday, September 6.