Bosnia striker Edin Dzeko has been charged by coach Safet Susic to lead by example and score goals that would down Nigeria and brighten their chances of moving to the second round of the Brazil World Cup.
Edin Dzeko and Keshi
Bosnia were dumped 2-1 in their opening match by Argentina while Nigeria ended their encounter with Iran on a stalemate.
Both countries need an outright win to brighten chances of progressing to the second round.
The Manchester City top striker has been handed a catapult to use in shooting down the Eagles of Nigeria”, a Bosnian Journalist told me at the Main Press Centre in Sao Paulo.
I also shot back that Keshi would unleash his anger of not beating Iran on Bosnia with Emenike and Osaze that they won’t know what hit them after the match on Saturday.
The match which comes up in muggy Cuiaba in the heart of the South American hinterland would see the Bosnian coach Susic throwing up his attackers Izet Hajrovic, Zyjezdan Misimovic, Senad Lulic and Dzeko to look for goals as they could not afford to lose to Nigeria.
Happily, Super Eagles first choice keeper, Vincent Enyeama has declared readiness to face the expected ‘bombardment’ from Bosnia attack line to be led by Dzeko.