The Super Eagles of Nigeria have no plans to retreat or surrender when they face Libya on Tuesday in Tunisia.

The Eagles were in flying form from start to finish on Saturday in Akwa Ibom as they saw off the Mediterranean Knights 4-0.

But it seems the team is not totally satisfied with the win as they intend to push for more goals in the return fixture.

This was made known on Monday by winger, Samuel Kalu. 

"We are definitely going into that match with a mindset of get all three points. We will approach the match with the same aggressive way like we did in Uyo.

"It’s not going to be easy because the Libyans want to respond to their heavy loss but I am confident we will get the right result.

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"I am well pleased to have scored my first goal for the national team,” the Bordeaux star said.

Coach Gernat Rorh and the team are expected to arrive in Tunisia on Monday ahead of light training and some exercise within the 18,000 capacity stadium.

The match holds at the Stade Taïeb Mhiri. It is home to Tunisia Premier League side, CS Sfaxien.

Action kicks off at 7pm Nigerian time.

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