World Cup 2018: Nigeria Ranked 10th Best Team To Win The World Cup

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In a power ranking report released by the The Guardian of London, the Super Eagles have been rated the 10th best nation that will win the World Cup.

Nigeria Ranked 10th Best Team To Win The World Cup

In a power ranking report released by the The Guardian of London, the Super Eagles have been rated the 10th best nation that will win the World Cup.

Gernot Rohr’s men were chosen by pundits who picked the Green and White ahead of every other African team that will play in Russia.

The Guardian blog on football said Premier League stars including Wilfred Ndidi, Victor Moses, Kelechi Iheanacho, and Alex Iwobi can make the difference for the team with the quality they possess.

The report also claimed the German coach over the space of a few years in charge has moulded a balanced and organized Nigerian side which can be lethal on the counter attack.

According to Guardian of London power rankings, Below are the Top 10 Nations that are likely to win the 2018 World Cup .

1) Germany
2) Brazil
3) Spain
4) France
5) Belgium
6) Portugal
7) Argentina
8) Poland
9) Mexico
10) Nigeria

Nigeria will play in Group D alongside Argentina, Croatia, and Iceland when the world’s football showpiece begin next month.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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