Stephen Keshi has revealed that Victor Moses, is a major doubt for the AFCON final game against Burkina Faso. The Chelsea forward, who has been in sparkling form at the tournament, picked up a knock in the semi-final clash against Mali and would need a scan, to determine his chances of playing on Sunday.
“The Doctor would do some scan and hopefully, it would not be a bad one because we need all the players in the final. We need everybody in the team for the final match,” Keshi said after the 4-1 win.
Keshi dedicated the victory to Nigerians and said the game plan against the Malians, who he coached between 2008 and 2010, was to up the tempo and dictate play.
“Mali is a very strong and good team, with key and talented players like Seydou Keita but they are a bit slow, so we attacked them quickly, by putting the ball to the ground, which worked out well for us,” he said.
“I dedicate this victory to God and also Nigerians because they missed this sort of thing for a very long time.
“My goal is to put smiles on the faces of Nigerians”