15 November, 2017
Nigeria dominated Group B in CAF qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, topping the standings ahead of Zambia, Cameroon and Algeria.
The Super Eagles came from 0-2 deficit to hand over a memorable defeat to the Messi-less Argentines.
Toyin Ibitoye, the Super Eagles media officer, who said this in an interview on Monday, noted that Amaju Pinnick, the NFF President, has raised the possibility of moving the Nation Cup qualifiers from March so that World Cup bound teams could use the window to flawless their preparations.
"We prepared well for this game because playing Argentina is big for us, maybe it is different for them".
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"We stay humble and realise we have more work to do".
Aguero's goal for Argentina made him the national team's third highest goalscorer of all time.
The move by the NFF is to allow the Super Eagles play a top friendly match in March, being the only remaining Federation Internationale de Football Association window before the World Cup kicks off in June next year.
"We played a new system today we never played before so we struggled to find our feet in the first half but at the break, the coach spoke to us and we corrected our mistakes which helped us to fight back".