Nigeria's Super Eagles coaches and players were at the Singapore National Stadium on Thursday to watch the international friendly between Brazil and Senegal.
Brazil struck first through Roberto Firmino in the ninth minute, before Bristol City ‘s Famara Diedhiou converted from the penalty spot late in the first half to earn a draw for the West Africans.
Up next is the game between Brazil and Nigeria scheduled for the same venue on Sunday, and the Super Eagles took time to watch and study how Brazil played against Senegal.
Belgian base attackers, Paul Onuachu, Dennis Bonaventure, Udinese defender William Troost-Ekong, and Chidozie Awaziem were among the players spotted at the start.
Sunday’s meeting will be the second game between both teams at senior level, with the South Americans winning the first contest 3-0 in Abuja back in June 2003.
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