Super Eagles arrive Russian Federation for 2018 World Cup campaign

No racism concerns for Nigeria captain Mikel

World Cup 2018 No racism concerns for Nigeria captain Mikel Getty Images

The Super Eagles have "officially" been crowned the kings of the fashion for the 2018 FIFA World Cup after their travel outfits to Russian Federation were hailed on social media platforms.

According to the report by Croatian website, Index.hr, coach Zlatko Dalic will put striker Mario Mandzukic in front against the Super Eagles of Nigeria.

Aiteo Grou, founded in February 2008, is an integrated, global-focused Nigerian Energy conglomerate that partnered with the Nigerian football Federation, to give quality treatment and support to the players and technical crew of the Super Eagles throughout their World Cup campaign.

Nigeria was among the teams that jetted into Russian Federation on Monday night, but it wasn't their arrival that fascinated fans but how they arrived.

The native attire is a combination of white and green the country's national colours, the shorts pure, white, the hat white with a touch of green while the tops are white with a design of an eagle on the collar and chest region.

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Nigeria will face Croatia on Saturday in their 2018 World Cup opener at the Kaliningrad Stadium. "Can we buy this one or it's already sold out too?".

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Nigeria who will battle Croatia, Iceland and Argentina in Group D will train twice on Wednesday at the Essentuki training site which will be behund closed doors after the first 15 minutes.

10 - No player wearing the Super Eagles" iconic number 10 jersey has scored a goal at the World Cup: Austin "Jay-Jay' Okocha (1994, 1998, 2002), Brown Ideye (2010), John Mikel Obi (2014).

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