Super Eagles know World Cup group opponents tomorrow

Super Eagles know World Cup group opponents tomorrow

Super Eagles of Nigeria and 31 other national teams will know their group stage opponents tomorrow as the 2018 FIFA World Cup draws takes place tomorrow in Moscow.

Attention of football lovers across the world will be in Russia as they know the group their countries or supported countries belong to.
Millions of football fans will watch with baited breath, waiting to map out their favourite team’s path through the tournament.
Even football’s most prized players, Messi,Ronaldo and Neymar also said they would be full of expectations in interviews with FIFA.com.
“I’m relaxed because, although some teams are stronger than others, all the groups will be balanced. I’m calm because I know that, when the time comes, the team will be ready,” explained a laid-back Cristiano Ronaldo.
“Whoever we’re drawn against, we have to win, no matter what,” he added with characteristic determination.
“I’ll be following it, so long as we don’t have training or a match,” confirmed Lionel Messi, who also confessed that he was already imagining who Argentina’s potential opponents might be.
Like Ronaldo, Neymar was in relaxed mood. “I believe that we’re ready to take on anyone.”
Nigeria’s International striker, Odion Ighalo had said recently that Super Eagles are ready for any team.