Malawi won't be as lucky as Namibia says Ambrose
Ambrose, who played as a right back in the slim 1-0 victory over Namibia in Calabar, told MTNFootball.com that they will correct all the shortcomings from the Namibia game when they come up against Malawi.
"We are leading the group now as expected. We are set to remain there. We will go to Malawi with aim of victory. We ought to beat Namibia well last weekend but we only managed a 1-0 despite our performance.
“But Malawi won't be lucky. We will do what we failed to do right against Namibia when we go to Blantyre.
“We all know the importance of the game, we are getting along well as a team and by the time we play Malawi, we would be better than against Namibia."
The Kaduna-born player said Nigerians should pray and keep supporting the team as they will make the country proud.
"I am calling on Nigerians to keep supporting us and pray for us. We won't disappoint the nation as we will get the desired results as the team play games," Ambrose further told MTNFootball.com.
The Eagles pipped hosts Malawi 1-0 in March 2003 in a 2004 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.