By Johnny Edward:
Watford forward Odion Ighalo has admitted that the Eagles were not at their best in Thursday's international friendly loss to DR Congo.
Goals from Dieumerci Mbokani and Jordan Nkololo handed the Super Eagles a 2-0 loss, their first defeat under coach Sunday Oliseh after three games.
The defeat came hours after former skipper Vincent Enyeama stormed out of the Eagles camp and quit the team.
Ighalo who made his first start under Oliseh told Completesportsnigeria.com the team was badly affected by the upheaval in camp.
"It was a bad game but we have to move on," Ighalo said.
"The crisis affected the team but we have to move on from it.
"But we must psyche ourselves up for the game against Cameroun."
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