Nigeria lost to England on Saturday in a top rated friendly just days before World Cup in Russian Federation. One can only imagine how good they'll look strolling around in open sunshine or under the floodlights of night games.
Nigeria's players have been banned from womanising during the World Cup by their coach. If you look at the Federation Internationale de Football Association ranking, you will see there are teams who are better than us.
Gareth Southgate's charges were comfortable on the ball and were using the pace of Sterling up front while Gernot Rohr's men were disorganised and gave England too much respect.
"The game will be a hard one because they parade some of the best legs in the English Premier League, but we also have guys who have played there and are still playing there, so we will put up a good fight and come out with a victory", Simy concluded.
He was the Premier League's most effective tackler last term, and he'll know the opponents well after 18 months with Leicester City. In the game against Congo, we didn't play our best team, but we will change things against England and play our best players.
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This has got to be the right attitude for several reasons, the first being that conditions in Qatar, where temperatures will be very high, are unlikely to suit English players as much as conditions in Russian Federation.
Lingard is coming off a strong season at Manchester United, and the 25-year-old thinks that England just need to shake a mental block at major tournaments. Francis Uzoho made his first save from a Kieran Trippier free-kick soon after as the Three Lions laid siege on Nigeria's half of the pitch. "It will nearly be like a cup final, or even a World Cup final, with all the different colours from different teams - and uniting everybody against this awful disease".
Meanwhile, England, who have won the mega event once (back in 1966), are scheduled to begin their campaign against when they begin their campaign against Tunisia on June 16. If their most impressive post-1966 showing was in reaching the semi-final in 1990, when confidence and composure were found along the way after an unpromising start, at least it shows anything can be done.
The Tottenham man is a consistent presence down the right hand side for England and turned in another reliable performance on Saturday. Their time has come. With what they did, they now have a pool of players to pick from.