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Days After Draw With Brazil, Nigeria’s Super Eagles Get New Position

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The popular saying, ”no condition is permanent” has implied to the new position that Nigeria’s Super Eagles has just emerged. The Eagles have become the second youngest national team in world football.

The statistics released by Transfermarket claimed that the average age of Super Eagles member is placed at 24.1 which was a figure that was beaten by Mexico’s Tri Color, whose squad member averages 23.

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Line-up for #BRANGA: . • Aribo keeps spot • Awaziem in for Aina • Simon replaces Kalu • Ekong-Ajayi centre-back combo retained #SoarSuperEagles

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Meanwhile, Super Eagles had 1-1 draw with Brazil’s Selecao on Sunday, October 13, at Singapore National Stadium.  Joe Aribo netted Nigeria’s opener in the 35th minute, but the five–time world champions equalized three minutes after the restart, to see both sides share the spoils after 90 minutes.

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