Players and officials of the Super Eagles have arrived Kumasi where they’ll face Ghana at the Baba Yara Stadium on Friday in a crucial World Cup qualifying game.
All 25 players and officials were part of the contingent to Ghana as they settle to the football-loving city ahead of their clash against arch rivals, Ghana.
Nigeria will be guests of the Black Stars at the 40,000-seater stadium with fireworks and theatrics expected from both sides in the game.
Super Eagles have landed in Kumasi, Ghana 🇬🇭.
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Nigeria flew to the country aboard Air Peace wind will fly back to Abuja immediately after the game on Friday.
The team is expected to have a feel of the stadium later today before taking on to the pitch tomorrow evening in what will be a potentially pulsating encounter against the Black Stars.
Nigeria and Ghana have a history of rivalry dating back to 1950 and this will be one of the most important games in the history of both nations with a World Cup ticket and a possible definition of generation of footballers all to fight for.