Ranking amongst top Five best teams in Africa, the Nigerian Super Eagles, will be in action tomorrow as they begin there quest for a place in the Africa Qatar 2022 qualifiers series Play-offs.
The one time African Champions, the Super Eagles earlier today intensified preparations for their 2022 Qatar World Cup qualifying fixture against the 'Blue Sharks' of Cape Verde tomorrow after returning from Morocco.
Prior to the Super Eagles tomorrow's epic fixture, the Eagles will look forward to achieve a double against, Cape Verde, haven won the first fixture away from home with a (2-1) scoreline.
With the likes of Odion Jude Ighalo, Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze, Paul Onuachu, Kelechi Iheanacho and Joe Aribo looking sharp and fit in today's training session, the Opponent's from Cape Verde will surely be faced with an uphill task tomorrow.
Below are cute pictures from the team training session ahead of their fixture against the Cape Verdean National team side.
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