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Nigeria World Cup 2018: Stage of Elimination

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Nigeria has consistently been one of the best performers in the World Cup from Africa. So, it is not a surprise that Nigeria was the first nation from Africa to qualify for the upcoming World Cup in Russia. That is not a fluke too, as Nigeria has been qualifying for the biggest stage of the beautiful game in every occasion bar one from the 1st time they qualified for the tournament. And every time they present great football to the worldwide audience.

Like previous years there is no big contender to win the world cup from Africa. The closest of the team in Africa is Nigeria. But they are not as good as the big teams from Europe and South America. As a result, there is not much expectation from them. But Nigeria has the potential to become the dark horse for the upcoming World Cup. Because they have a lot of players who are talented but not consistent enough to be considered as world class. If most of these underachieving players manage to get in form in the right time for the World Cup, they are bound to shock the world. And it is high time they do so too. Because for most of them this may be the last World Cup in their prime. On the other hand, there are the young players with unlimited potential like Alex Iwobi and Kelechi Iheanacho. They are capable of doing something special if given the right stage. And World Cup is the biggest stage imaginable. So at list one of the many young stars is bound to break through to stardom in the World Cup in Russia.

Nigeria’s possible lineup:

Goalkeeper: Ikechukwu Ezenwa.

Defense: Abdullahi Shehu, William Ekong, Leon Balogun, Elderson.

Midfield: Wilfred Ndidi, Ogenyi Onazi, Victor Moses, (c) John Mikel Obi, Moses Simon.

Attack: Odion Ighalo.

Formation: 4-5-1