Super Eagles: New kit unveiled, inspired by traditional agbada design

Super Eagles: New kit unveiled, inspired by traditional agbada design

- Super Eagles new kit have been unveiled and the new design has is inspired by the tradition agbada

- It is understood that Nigerian national teams will be wearing a new look after sport kit giants Nike released the outfit

- Fans have been buzzing with positive comments on social media about the home and away designs

Super Eagles in any moment will be wearing new jerseys for the execution of their international outings.

The last design was accepted globally and was named the best kit of the Russia 2018 World Cup.

And after almost two years, the three-time African champions are making a U-turn on a new kind of mind blowing green and white jersey.

The home kit design is a fusion of traditional aesthetic of an agbada robe with a mixture of modern western design.

While the away kit which will be worn be Nigerian stars in their away matches is inspired by 'Onaism' which mean pulling out.

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Broader collection of Super Eagles apparel includes a poncho, vest, dress, and more.

Fans have been going crazy on social media about the new jersey with Super Eagles faithfuls going crazy.

One fan said: "nikefootball is doing a great job with the super eagles of Nigeria's jersey.. Nice one lads hope we win trophies with this jersey."

Another added: "This new Super Eagles jersey is d*mn beautiful."

A third excited fan said: "Nike have absolutely nailed another Nigeria strip."

A fourth was dumb-founded: "D*mn, Nike done did it again."

It is understood that the present jersey sold out over 3 million copies after a few weeks it was pushed into the market by kit giant Nike.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Victor Osimhen who is currently having a wonderful season in France has been ranked among the most expensive U23 strikers in the world.

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The Nigerian international has scored 17 goals so far this season in all competitions and has also been linked with top European clubs including Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Transfermarkt.co.uk made a compilation of the top 50 strikers who are not more than 23-years-old and Paris Saint-Germian's Kylian Mbappe led the pack with £180m worth.

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Source: Legit.ng

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