Nigeria: Keshi Blames Nobody

Coach Stephen Keshi says he blames no one for the draw being played by the Super Eagles against Burkina faso.

"I'm going to let everything die down tonight. I am going to let them sleep it off. Tomorrow, in the morning, I'll pick it up. If I have to talk to them individually, I'll do that. If I'll have to go collectively, I'll do that. This game is gone and the next game against Zambia is very important." Keshi said.

Moses Victor missed the match due to a recurrence of a hamstring strain he had already sustained during training with his team mates earlier on in Portugal.

Nigeria and Burkina Faso still draw with one point and will playing against defending champions - Zambia on Friday.

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