Nigeria U-20s coach Emmanuel Amuneke has selected a rash of his FIFA U-17 World Cup winners, with 15 of them making the list of 18 players of the Flying Eagles squad to this weekend’s 2017 CAF U-20 Cup of Nations qualifying match against Burundi in Bujumbura.
Team Secretary Aliyu Lawal Ibrahim told thenff.com that the Nigeria delegation will fly out of Abuja aboard an Ethiopian Airline plane on Wednesday.
Kelechi Nwakali, named the Player of the Tournament at the FIFA U-17 World Cup finals in Chile, where Nigeria won a fifth title, is joined by tournament record top scorer Victor Osimhen and Bronze Boot winner Samuel Chukwueze.
There are also goalkeeper Akpan Udoh, defenders Ejike Ikwu, John Lazarus and Udochukwu Anumudu, midfielders Orji Okonkwo and Kingsley Michael and forwards Chukwudi Agor and Chinedu Madueke.
Nigeria and Burundi clash in a second round, first leg qualifying tie at the Prince Louis Stadium in Bujumbura on Saturday, starting from3pm Burundi time (1pm Nigeria time). The winner of this fixture will confront Sudan in the final qualifying round.
Zambia will host the finals of the 2017 CAF U-20 Cup of Nations.
Flying Eagles for Burundi:
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