The Flying Eagles of Nigeria have qualified for the second round of the FIFA Under-20 World Cup currently holding in Poland.
The Eagles qualify as one of the four best losers.
The Under-20 Nigerian team played a draw with Ukraine in their last group D match on Thursday.
The rules governing the 2019 FIFA under-20 World Cup says, ”The two teams finishing first and second in each group and the four best teams among those ranked third will qualify for the round of 16.”
The four best things that finish the third will progress to the round of 16.
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The flying Eagles are likely to face Senegal or Italy which is going to be a very tough fight for them.
The Flying Eagles must ensure that they develop an energetic style of play, sharpening their strikers and solidify their defence.
They must take good advantage of their qualification to the second round in order to progress further.