The three-time African champions square up against the 2016 European Championship winners in the first-ever international meeting between the two
Nigeria will, on Thursday, November 17, trade tackles with Portugal at the 50,000-capacity Estádio José Alvalade in Lisbon in what is the first-ever full international between both countries.
The match is Portugal’s last engagement before they jet out to Qatar on Friday, where they will kick off their 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign with a clash against Ghana on November 24.
Is this the Super Eagles B team because I don’t see A team playing? Lol
This is just a huge embarrassment!!!