- Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies is gearing up to play for Canada at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar
- Canada are in group F where they will face Croatia, Belgium and African side Morocco in the competition
- Davies explained that the Moroccans will be tough, adding that he and teammates are aware of the Super Eagles
Alphonso Davies, who plays for Bayern Munich and the Canadian national team, has stated clearly that the Super Eagles of Nigeria remain the most feared African side, even though they failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.
Players, fans and lovers of football everywhere on earth are waiting for the kickoff of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar on November 20.
In the history of the World Cup, no African team has ever won the title. However, the continent's five representatives at this year's competition are expected to give account of themselves.
Five African teams approach Qatar
Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco Cameroon and Ghana are the five teams that will fly the flags of Africa at the 2022 World Cup in the Middle Eastern country.
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According to the report on Owngoalnigeria, Davies explained that he and his teammates know a lot about Nigeria as Africa's most feared side.
Alphonso Davies' statement about Nigeria
''Morocco will be tough as the case with many African teams, but we know a lot more about Nigeria as the feared force in that region.''
Jay-Jay Okocha predicts tough campaign
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Super Eagles captain Jay-Jay Okocha claimed that African teams going to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will struggle in the global tournament, which will kick off in November.
The FIFA World Cup is rated as the biggest football tournament on earth, and the joy of all professional players is to represent their nation in the competition.
Okocha played for the Super Eagles in 3 World Cup tournaments, even though the former Bolton Wanderers star was unable to take his nation far.
The Super Eagles legend made it clear that all the African teams going to Qatar will struggle to make an impact at the World Cup.