- Portugal national team will be facing the Super Eagles of Nigeria in an international friendly match in November
- Portugal who have qualified for the 2022 World Cup will be using the match to prepare for the competition
- Napoli striker Victor Osimhen is expected to lead the attack for the Super Eagles, while Ronaldo will lead that of Portugal
Super Eagles of Nigeria will be facing the Portuguese national team on November 17 in an international friendly encounter which will take place at Estadio Jose Alvalade in Lisbon.
Nigeria did not qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, while Portugal will be using the friendly match as final preparation for their campaign in the global tournament.
The African giants who have previously won the AFCON title three times were beaten in the final 2022 World Cup playoffs by Ghana.
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Nigerian Football Federation's reaction about the game
“The match with Portugal will be the first clash at senior men level for both countries, though last year summer, the Super Falcons and the senior women’s team of Portugal fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw in the USWNT Summer Series in Houston, Texas, USA.''
Jubilation As Super Eagles Striker Taiwo Awoniyi Bags UK Degree in Business Management
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Nigerian international Taiwo Awoniyi completed his degree program at the Buckinghamshire New University, Wycombe, United Kingdom.
According to close sources, the Nottingham Forest striker bagged a degree in Business Management.
Assistant Ghana coach reveals the technical team is yet to speak to Asamoah Gyan over World Cup ambition
Nigerian journalist Ojora Babatunde took to Twitter to celebrate the former Liverpool player on Wednesday, September 7.
Awoniyi bagged the degree a few days after his fellow in the Super Eagles and Leicester City midfielder, Wilfred Ndidi also got done with his studies.
Meanwhile, Nigerian international Wilfred Ndidi has completed his degree programme with De Montfort University in Leicester in the UK.
The impressive midfielder disclosed this during an interview with Football Daily, stating that he now has more knowledge about business.
Source: Sports Brief News