Ali declared that if they replicate that performance against a more experienced side they will be made to pay dearly.
Ali, who spoke moments after the encounter, said the national team players probably thought that because his side campaigns in the Nationwide Division Two, they will be no match for them.
"We saw the arrogance of the team in the early parts of the game and tried to seize the initiative before they woke up," said Ali.
"I will advise Coach Stephen Keshi, as a senior colleague to tell his boys that there is no small team anywhere in the world and the boys must imbibe that in their game plan all the time."
Ali however praised Keshi and his crew for getting the best legs from the leagues in the country to make up the team.
"They showed that at any day and any time the national team will always be the national team. They have a very good side but must work on concentration and arrogance," he added.