Nigeria battled against Zimbabwe to a 0-0 draw in difficult, wet conditions in a friendly match in Asaba.
The state of the pitch left fans concerned about the standard of football stadiums in the country.
During Saturday's build-up game ahead of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon), Gernot Rohr's men struggled to find the back of the net as the rain caused problems on the pitch.
The draw against the Warriors left fans frustrated and they have shared their frank assessment of the Stephen Keshi Stadium which has been the home ground of the national team since November 2018.
Lets be candid— Otunba Bussie (@Iam_bussiepr) June 8, 2019
Nigerian stadiums are not built for football.
Mainly for Apc or Pdp campaigns #NGAZIM
Zimbabwe is definitely a team to watch out for. Decent outing today #NGAZIM— Femi Salawu (@TraQman) June 8, 2019
I will not judge the Super Eagles based on this friendly tonight...The weather conditions didn't help too..— omodia okhueleigbe (@omodia4real) June 8, 2019
Arguably one of the worst pitch that the super eagles has ever played on. I don’t blame you for this tweet. I blame NFA chairman who always takes a National games to his home state.— bill polorski (@halafbi) June 8, 2019
It is such a waste of opportunity to continue to play the Super Eagles games in Asaba. Poor pitch,terrible atmosphere & difficult to find plane seats at short notice. Hard find one positive in playing there for players, sponsors, media & TV viewers.— Babanla (@biolakazeem) June 8, 2019
I just pray our players doesn't pick up injuries from this pitch... This one that looks like vegetable farm...#NGAZIM— Jeffery Wilson🇳🇬✈🇨🇦 (@wilsonjeffery72) June 8, 2019
The commentator said Mikel turned 'lugubriously' 😂#NGAZIM— Judano (@DefaultJude) June 8, 2019
Truly our stadium aint for Football match, it was built for APC and PDP campaign #NGAZIM— diplomatic historian (@martinschido) June 8, 2019
Nigerian commentators: and the Zimbabweans looking for a looking but they couldn't find the look....— DRE (@Justdre213) June 8, 2019
Nigerian commentary can make u lose interest in football #NGAZIM
I think its high time the likes of Jon Champion,Peter Dury and Martin Tyler open an academy for intending commentators, #NGAZIM— Romeo (@Bankyfranco) June 8, 2019
#NGAZIM Iheanacho's fall from grace should serve as a lesson for up coming stars that football is not just a hobby but a profession and professionalism can determine the success of a player.— ADE-ADE (@ade_adeayo) June 8, 2019