Stephen Keshi Blames Frustration OF Nigeria Vs Iran Goaless Draw On Sloppy Start, Super Eagles Coach Stephen Keshi has assured that all hopes were not lost in spite of the team’s drab goalless draw against the Melli of Iran on Monday. “We had all expected to wrap up the game within the first 20 minutes, but tension, anxiety and frustration combined to adversely affect the team,’’ Keshi said at a post match conference. “But you know this is football. It is not the end of the World Cup; the boys had tried to score goals many times and their failure to secure early goals must have led to anxiety.“We will give our best in the two matches left.“I tried to offer advice to the boys at the end of the first half, but you know I cannot jump into the field to play for them because that will not be possible. “The boys made their promises but did not quite get over it,’’ an apparently disappointed Keshi said. The coach said he was not in a position to challenge the decision of the referee “when he overruled an early goal by my team.”rReports shows that the referees’ whistle had gone before he disallowed the goal.“I respect his decision. He had the final say to his decision,” the coach, dubbed the Big Boss, said.