Goal profile a quintet of Nigerian players who have the quality to hurt the Europeans in Tuesday's international friendly billed for London
Having vanquished the third and sixth-ranked teams in the world in their last two international friendlies, the Super Eagles will turn to the rather more mundane task of Serbia, 34th in the Fifa rankings, on Tuesday.
Of course, things are never that simple in football, which is what adds to its appeal. Nigeria, after all, are ranked as low as 52nd, and while Friday’s smash-and-grab in Poland will have no doubt done the belief and confidence of this young Nigerian team the world of good, no one is getting carried away just yet.
Serbia are themselves coming off a slightly unfortunate loss to Morocco, and will be hoping for a better outing against another African opponent. However, if that encounter was anything to go by, the Serbs, for all their organization and compactness in midfield, do have a tendency to switch off at the back. If they do, here are five Super Eagles players who could punish them.Source: goal.com
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