Super Eagles head coach, Jose Peseiro has said his players must be willing to give more than 100 hundred per cent on the pitch when they confront South Africa, DAILY POST reports.
Nigeria and South Africa will clash in a semi-final tie at the Stade de la Paix on Wednesday night.
The Bafana Bafana have won four consecutive games in a row since the 2-0 defeat to Mali in their opening fixture.
Peseiro, who praised his players for their impressive performance in the competition so far, reckoned it is important for his team to work hard against the South Africans.
“We’re doing a good job. Good organisation and good commitment, we play like a team together,” the 63-year-old Portuguese coach said.
“It will be a tough match against a good national team.
“We want to beat South Africa to reach the final. For that we have to play a high-level match against a South African team who eliminated Morocco, who did a fantastic World Cup.
“We must play 100% or more to beat a very good team.”