Nigeria’s Flying Eagles have arrived Mendoza, Argentina ahead of their opening fixture against Dominican Republic at the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) confirmed the team’s arrival on their official Twitter handle on Thursday.
“After a 10 day training camp in Buenos Aires, the 🇳🇬Flying Eagles have arrived Mendoza, venue of their first two group stage matches of the 2023 #FIFAU20WC,” reads the tweet.
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Ladan Bosso’s side will take on the debutants in their opening Group D game on Sunday.
The seven-time African champions second game against Italy will also take place in Mendoza.
The Flying Eagles last group game against five-time champions, Brazil is billed for La Plata.
The 2023 U-20 World Cup will start on Saturday.
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