Siasia: How My Tired Boys Defeated Japan


Head Coach of Nigeria U-23 Eagles, Samson Siasia, has said that his players' unflinching fighting spirit contributed to Nigeria's  5-4 win against Japan in their first Group B match of the 2016 Olympics early Friday Morning (Nigerian time), Completesportsnigeria.comreports.


Siasia and his boys got to Manaus only a few hours before kick-off against Japan, and still went on to claim all three points.


According to, Siasia however admitted that he was surprised by the outcome of the game.


“I don’t know how we did it." 


“We just didn’t want to give up. We had this fighting spirit and wanted to show what we were made of. 


"Even though we were tired, we never gave up.”


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One Comments

  1. Reply Post By Sunday Folorunsho

    I couldn’t watch the march life but I watch the replay through Startimes NTA sport Chanel. They always show replay of all march. I was highly impressed with the team spirit and fighting ability to hold a win to the end despite their lateness to the venue and tiredness. Oh my God! Its amazing, that means they will do better by Gods Grace in their next match. Sisia, Crews and the players I salute you, it shows you love your country.

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