Victor Moses On Iceland : They Will Be Tougher To Beat Than ArgentinaPublished: June 20, 2018
Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses reckons that Iceland will be more complex to beat than South American powerhouse Argentina.
The Super Eagles find themselves in a difficult situation after losing their opening match to Croatia and another defeat on Friday could result in a premature end to their World Cup campaign after only eight days.
Moses has never faced the Argentina national team in his international career, he was on the bench in the 2014 World Cup and was not in the squad that beat the two-time world champions 4-2 in Krasnodar last November due to a hamstring injury.
''Obviously Iceland will not be easy. Tactically, Iceland is a very good team, they played very well against Argentina,'' Victor Moses told reporters.
''For me, the game with Iceland is going to be more difficult than the game against Argentina.''
The Super Eagles will do battle with the Albiceleste in their last Group D match on June 26 in Saint Petersburg.
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