Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr is banking on inform striker Ahmed Musa to wreak havoc in their deciding match against Argentina on Tuesday.

The CSKA Moscow man proved the difference as Nigeria beat Iceland 2-0 at Volgograd Arena on Friday evening, scoring twice in the second half as his pace wreaked havoc.

Iceland looked a lot more comfortable against Messi in their opening game, but Rohr has warned not to get carried away by Musa’s performance.

“Musa is not Lionel Messi yet,” the German said. “Somebody said ‘Lionel Musa’ yesterday, but he’s not there yet. I hope he can do it one day.”

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Rohr will need Musa firing on all cylinders in St Petersburg, and has warned that his players are in for a serious challenge as Argentina look to save face after a 3-0 humiliation against Croatia.

“Argentina have one more day to prepare. That’s an advantage for them,” he added. “But it could be the other way around because we have the psychological effect on our side because we came back from a defeat on the opening day.

“Most teams also lost the second match, but we turned it around. It wasn’t easy. The psychological advantage now is that we have a positive approach. And it’s the other way around for Argentina. We bank on that a bit.”