"I had a decision to make on whether to play him after turning up late, but actually that wasn't a decision once he started to come under fire from every other direction", he said. Coach Rohr confessed: "We will try to come out of this hard group then we will see".
But Rohr hinted that the Gent of Belgium winger had finally been ruled out of the World Cup after a latest medical scan confirmed that he won't be fit for the competition.
"We also won the ball back quickly, and played from back with good composure".
"It was unbelievable to get on the pitch, that's all we work for is to be on the pitch week in, week out, and it was just really nice to get on the pitch and get the win".
"Uzoho came in against Argentina and since then he has been showing confidence and making great efforts".
Three million shirts were said to have been pre-ordered, while non-official copies have been in huge demand in the country's capital Lagos this week.
"We are not among the favourites".
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"I think there's some criticism and articles that go around which are completely unfair but unfortunately that's part of the world we live in".
"I've not had a chance to see that back again, it looked a very tight call from where I was sitting".
After Saturday's tune-up encounter against the Three Lions at Wembley, the three-time African champions wrap up preparations for the Mundial with a friendly against Czech Republic on June 6.
In the attack also, after Simy Nwankwo's commendable showing in the last friendly, Odion Ighalo, Victor Moses and Alex Iwobi will need to be incisve and efficient playing against England's nigh impregnable three-man defence.
However, Rohr noted that he would name a strong side against Gareth Southgate's men. We were not ready at the beginning of the game.
Gareth Southgate insisted that the England line-up that started in the 2-1 win over Nigeria on Saturday may not necessarily be the one that lines up against Tunisia in two week's time, "but it won't be too far away", he said.
But overall it was a fairly good performance from the Eagles with one more warm-up match against Czech Republic left before flying to Russian Federation for the FIFA World Cup.