Iran happy with first point

Iran happy with first point

Iran captain Javad Nekounam was satisfied with his team's draw against Nigeria in Group F but has called for improvement.

Nigeria and Iran share drab draw

Nigeria and Iran share drab draw
Iran and Nigeria were forced to settle for the first draw of the 2014 FIFA World Cup on Monday as there were no goals in Curitiba.

Nigeria resolve bonus row

Nigeria resolve bonus row

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) and players have reached an agreement over bonuses.

Odemwingie deserved his seond chance says Keshi

Odemwingie deserved his seond chance says Keshi

Osaze Odemwingie deserved a second chance to play for Nigeria at the World Cup and now he needs to make the most of it, coach Stephen Keshi said on Sunday.

Messi ends his goal drought

Messi ends his goal drought
Lionel Messi ended an eight-year wait for a World Cup goal on Sunday as Argentina edged past debutants Bosnia at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

Entertainment isn't on Keshi agenda

Entertainment isn't on Keshi agenda
Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi says he is unconcerned about the trend of entertaining football at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

Argentina unimpressive but win

Argentina unimpressive but win
An unimpressive Argentina made a winning start to their FIFA World Cup campaign, overcoming Bosnia-Herzegovina 2-1 on Sunday.

Second spot up for grabs - Iran defender

Second spot up for grabs - Iran defender
Iran defender Steven Beitashour believes second spot in Group F at the FIFA World Cup is there for the taking for his side.

Relaxed Keshi ready for Iran test

Relaxed Keshi  ready for Iran test

Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi says the results in the friendly games leading up to the World Cup don't concern him.

Nigeria plan fast counter attacking

Nigeria plan fast counter attacking

Former Nigeria coach Shuaibu Amodu has said the Super Eagles could surprise Iran with fast counters in their opening World Cup game on Monday.

Musa says Nigeria will have to take their chances

Musa says Nigeria will have to take their chances
CSKA Moscow forward Ahmed Musa says Nigeria have to take their chances against Iran on Monday as it was crucial to get off to a winning start at the World Cup.

Moses can be Super Eagles gamechanger

Moses can be Super Eagles gamechanger
The great thing about this World Cup so far is how the top players have stepped up to the plate. Robin van Persie, Alexis Sanchez, Arjen Robben, Neymar. The players who can make a difference are doing just that. Nigeria will be looking to Victor Moses to be their game changer, starting with the opening clash with Iran.

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