Nigeria’s Flying Eagles arrived in the city of Mendoza on Wednesday evening, four days before their opening match of the FIFA U20 World Cup finals against the Dominican Republic.
The team led by Head Coach, Ladan Bosso touched down at Aero Puerto International Airport, Mendoza and was received by NFF’s Head of International Competitions, Dayo Enebi Achor and officials of the Local Organizing Committee of the championship.
The Nigeria Football Federation had set up a pre-World Cup training camp for the Flying Eagles in Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina, where the team defeated an Argentine second-division team, Almirante and battled out a 3-3 draw with fellow World Cup finalists Colombia in friendlies.
Nigeria, who will be making their 13th appearance at the FIFA U20 World Cup finals, open their World Cup campaign in Group D against Dominican Republic on 21 May, and will also play Italy and Brazil in that order in the group phase.
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