The Nigeria's U17 coach has stated that the Eaglets would fly over the European nation to erase the disappointment of the group stage score drawGolden Eaglets coach, Manu Garba has asserted Isaac Success would only start from the substitute bench if the doctors give him a clean bill of health for the semi final clash against Sweden in Dubai on Tuesday.
The Eaglets' handler admitted that the striker has been sorely missed by his team-mates when he got injured in the second match against Sweden but he showered praises on the remaining players for living up to the expectation.
He however declared that it would be a different ball game when the Eaglets face Sweden on Tuesday in Dubai in the second semi-final encounter of the ongoing FIFA U-17 World Cup holding in the UAE after they were almost beaten in their initial Group F clash at Al Ain about two weeks ago.
The Eaglets laboured before getting a 3-3 draw against the Europeans but Manu stated that the Swedes would not be second time lucky when they file out on Tuesday at the Rashid Stadium in Dubai.
"Like I have always said since the beginning of the competition that we shall continue to get better as the competition progresses.
"Sweden should be ready to face our fireworks. The game against them in the group stage was good for my boys because we had never been two goals down in any game before and that type of situation won't occur again.
"After the win over Mexico, my players lost concentration against Sweden and they paid the price as they were two goals down inside the first 20 minutes but that won't occur again," Manu assured. -------------------- goal.com