The Blue Sharks of Cape Verde have shown up Lagos in front of Tuesday’s 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying conflict against the Super Birds of Nigeria.
As indicated by a meassge posted on the Cape Verde Football Alliance Intagram page, the players and their authorities flew into Lagos on Sunday night.
They will train at the venue of the game, Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos on Monday morning.
The Blue Sharks defeated Central African Republic 2-1 at home on Saturday to set up a tantalizing final day clash with the Super Eagles.
Nigeria top Group C on 12 points, two points more than the Blue Sharks.
The Blue Sharks need a win to advance to the playoff round of the qualifiers.