Ahead of the FIFA Under 20 World Cup Poland 2019 , Nigeria is getting set for the fiesta. Nigeria’s Flying Eagles Head Coach Paul Aigbogun has said that the three points from their FIFA U20 World Cup opener against Qatar in Poland next week Fridaywould boost his players confidence towards the remaining matches.
The FIFA Under 20 World Cup is one trophy missing in the cabinet of the Seven –time African champions. Nigeria will open their FIFA U20 World Cup against Qatar on Friday, On Tuesday, the Flying Eagles continued their preparation for the global tournament with a 1-1 draw against Austrian Bundesliga II side Red Bull Salzburg.
Aigbogun said at the end that he was impressed with his lads even though there is still work to be done before the tournament starts. The Flying Eagles will play their final preparatory match against Red Bull Leipzig in Germany on Friday.
Nigeria will fly out of Germany to Poland on the 19th of Mayfor this year’s FIFA U20 World Cup finals. The Flying Eagles are in Group D of the competition alongside Qatar, the United States and Ukraine.