Coach Gernot Rohr is not losing sleep over Super Eagles defeat to Algeria in Friday’s international friendly in Austria.
The Desert Foxes edged the Super Eagles 1-0, with Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Bensebaini Ramy getting a 6th-minute goal at the Jacques Lemans Arena.
Reacting to the defeat, Rohr told Complete Sports that the game is a good test for his fresh team.
“This is a very good test for us. There are positives to pick from a tough game like this,” he said.
” Now, we have to recover well and start to plan for the next game on Tuesday against another tough team.”
The Super Eagles will next tackle Tunisia on Tuesday.
A win could boost the team’s confidence ahead of November’s double-header showdown against Sierra Leone in the African Cup of Nations qualifiers.