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Coach Ladan Bosso reveals how Nigeria will beat South Korea in World Cup quarter-final clash
Ladan Bosso who is the handler of the Flying Eagles of Nigeria has confirmed his wards' readiness to defeat South Korea in their quarter-final clash at the ongoing 2023 FIFA Under 20 World Cup in Argentina.
The Nigerian side and their opponents will go head to head on Sunday evening, June 4, in an encounter that is expected to be a challenging one.
Flying Eagles have been impressive so far in this competition most especially after their win over Argentina in the round of 16
The win brought encomiums for Ladan Bosso and his wards who have been charged by President Tinubu and other Nigerian fans to reach the final and make the nation proud.
According to the report in Premium Times, Ladan Boss stated that he has laid down tactics for the game against South Korea.
A statement made by Ladan Bosso
“We are delighted to have executed a perfect game plan against Argentina. Our strategy and tactics worked out, and the boys worked very hard. Now, we have to concentrate on what to expect from the Koreans. We have been watching their games at this championship, and we have a good idea of how to prepare for them.
“Again, the boys must work hard and carry out our plan on match day. We have the playing personnel to do the job, and I am positive we will cross the Korean hurdle.”
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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how the Head coach of the Argentinian under-20 national team, Javier Mascherano, has claimed that two mistakes cost his side against Nigeria at the ongoing FIFA U20 World Cup.
Nigeria knocked the hosts out of the tournament earlier this week, as the Round of 16 cracker ended 2-0 in favour of the Flying Eagles.
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After a goalless first half, Ibrahim Muhammad opened the scoring in the 61st minute when he slotted home from the area, with Rilwanu Sarki adding the icing on the cake in stoppage time to make it 2-0.
Nigeria have progressed to the quarter-final of the competition, with this being the first time they defeated a South American side at the U20 World Cup.