The Super Eagles squad landed in London yesterday ahead of Tuesday’s international friendly clash against Serbia
The players and officials of the team departed Poland from Copernicus airport at about 11am Saturday morning for a flight that lasted three hours and 45 minutes to the United Kingdom.
The Eagles were taken to a four star hotel Crowne Plaza, located at the Western Avenue, Hanger in London as Nigeria prepare to lock horns with the European side for the first time at the Hive stadium in London
The three time African Champions, defeated Poland 1-0 in front of their home fans Friday night at the Municipal stadium in Wroclaw as they seek to gather enough momentum going into the World Cup.
Chelsea’s Victor Moses scored the only goal in the game from the penalty spot in the 61st minute as Nigeria recorded an impressive victory over the sixth ranked team in the world.
Meanwhile Serbia national team will be up to correct their mistakes that saw them suffered defeat in the hands of the Atlas Lions of Morocco 2-1on Friday night at the Italian city of Turin when they battle the Super Eagles on Tuesday as both teams continue to make final preparation ahead of the 2018World Cup in Russia later this year.
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