At the fifth time of asking, Gernot Rohr lost his first friendly match as the Super Eagles were well beaten 2-0 by Serbia on Tuesday night at The Hive Stadium in London. They say you learn more from a defeat than a win and the showing exacerbated some deficiencies in the Eagles squad. Just like they did against Poland, the team was not cohesive through the middle leaving the strikers with a paucity of goal scoring chances. Here are the ratings of the starting 11 and the substitutes.
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