Former Nigeria international Kanu Nwankwo has tipped the Super Eagles to beat Swaziland in the Friday, November 13 in a 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
Former Nigeria international tips Super Eagles for victory over Swaziland
Kanu Nwankwo says the Super Eagles are ready to make Nigerians proud as they take on Swaziland
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will take on Swaziland on Friday, November 13 (6PM Nigerian time) in the second round, first leg of the 2018 World Cup.
The King’s Shield dispatched Djibouti 8-1 on aggregate in the first round to book a date with the former African champions who reached the second round of the 2014 FIFA World Cup held in Brazil.
Nigeria have never faced Swaziland in any international game and Kanu thinks the Super Eagles will be victorious.
"I wish our dear Super Eagles all the best in today's match with Swaziland. I know our boys are ready to make us proud, let's support them," Kanu wrote on his official Twitter account.
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"With the players we got for the game,our boys are going to do the job so Oliseh relax and Nigerians don't panic we are winning by God's grace."
Nwankwo played in two FIFA World Cup tournaments- France 1998 and Korea & Japan 2002.
Watch this Kanu Nwankwo video, below:
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