Rohr's Super Eagles were without two of their most significant players as they fell 1-0 at home to the Central African Republic in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Lagos.
The Super Eagles attempted to make heaps of chances in spite of overwhelming belonging and tumbled to a last minute goal from Karl Namnganda.
Talking after the game, Super Eagles mentor Rohr said the absence of Iwobi and Ndidi, who missed the game due to wounds, didn't help the group.
We missed the innovativeness of Iwobi; we likewise missed Ndidi to such an extent. It was difficult for [Frank] Onyeka and a beginner [Taiwo] Awoniyi to come in this group," the Franco-German chief told Goal.
"The players are as yet frustrated in the changing area and still not understanding why we could lose this match.
"At the point when we broke down it, we ruled ownership of the ball, we had a few chances to score, however we didn't score and regularly in football, there was a counter, and our adversaries scored." He said.
The Super Eagles will travel to Yaoundé- the temporary home of the Central African Republic- for the return leg of this fixture on Sunday, October 10. Rohr believes his men will do better.
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