Brazil vs Nigeria has been the focus of the three-time African champions come Sunday, October 13, in Singapore.
Nigeria will for the first time in 14 years play the Samba Boys in an international friendly in what is expected to be the biggest test since Gernot Rohr became coach of the national team.
And Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi believes something positive an come out of the game despite Tite fielding his world class players against the young Super Eagles stars.
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According to Soccernet, the 23-year-old has insisted his teammates have enough in the attack an defence to conquer the South American champions.
The Selecao were held to a 1-1 draw by West African neighbors Senegal in what Ndidi sees as an opportunity for them to prove themselves.
“We watched the game between Brazil and Senegal, it was a good game and we have been preparing based on that, plus working on our shape,” Ndidi said.
“We have to find our solutions, while we’re trying to go deal with them, we are also mindful of our back.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Philip Billing has opened up on how Everton star Alex Iwobi tried to lure him into playing for Nigeria.
The Bournemouth center-back has been invited to play for Denmark in the crucial Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland.
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