Croatia and Nigeria will look to gain maximum points from their encounter in Group D to set the tone for the rest of the World Cup campaign.
Gernot Rohr has announced an exciting 23-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. But, can the chosen players do justice to the Golden Generation of Nigeria?
With the FIFA World Cup set to kick off soon in Russia, we bring you the lowdown of Group D, which comprises of Argentina, Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria.
Arsenal are set to snatch 13-year-old Nigerian prodigy Lateef Omidiji Jr., who has also been tailed by the likes of Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid and more.
Former Nigeria-U20 coach John Obuh tips Kenneth Omeruo to have the same impact at Chelsea as compatriot Victor Moses
Barcelona are planning a shock move for Victor Moses, according to reports in Spain
Always known to have a trick or two in him, Alex Iwobi managed to woo the home fans in Nigeria's World Cup qualifier against Algeria with an exquisite rainbow-flick.
Arsene Wenger believes that Alex Iwobi's natural position is not on the wing, but as a No.10
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly told the media that the club is on the lookout for a central defender to add to the squad.
Manchester City teenager Kelechi Iheanacho was on Thursday named in coach Sunday Oliseh's 24-man squad to face Swaziland in World Cup qualifying after initially being left out.