The Super Eagles have arrived in Rwanda ahead of their crucial 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Zimbabwe on Sunday.
The team departed the Victor Attah International Airport in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, on Friday night and landed in Kigali, Rwanda, early Saturday morning after a three-hour, 30-minute flight.
Upon their arrival, the Super Eagles embarked on a two-hour road trip to the city of Butare, where the Huye Stadium, the venue for Sunday’s match, is located.
The team is scheduled to have a feel of the Huye Stadium later tonight.
The highly anticipated encounter between the Super Eagles and Zimbabwe will kick off at 2 pm Nigerian time on Sunday.
The Super Eagles are determined to secure victory in this crucial match to enhance their chances of qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
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