Nigeria vs Iran, World Cup 2014: My Crazy Interpretation.

Super Eagle?
Okay I'll just let you know I don't know much about soccer so stop me when I'm wrong.
Nigeria faced Iran at 3PM Eastern Time on Monday, June 16th and immediately the match started the Iranians found themselves leading by a goalless draw!
So they set out to defend that lead with all the men they had. Since all their players were standing in front of the goal post, Nigeria's Super Eagles had no choice but to try to penetrate via the flanks. The only problem was the Eagles seemed content with getting the ball along the flanks all the way to the opponents corner and then stopping. This they did over and over until the Iranians realized they didn't seem to have an interest in scoring so they figured they might as well try and attack. So the Eagle's keeper, who'd been taking a nap all this while, had to wake up and explain to the Iranians that the Eagles were not necessarily intent on losing...so the Iranians went back to their post.

A certain Osaze fellow showed up much later for the Eagles. He seemed sort of interested in scoring but there was only so much he could do by himself.

The result was a match so er, 'peaceful' that the world was only too eager to wash the blandness out of their mouths. Luckily there was a USA vs Ghana game that started shortly after. And those fellows immediately went to show that they were actually interested in scoring.

You haven't stopped me yet...

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