Las Palmas midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo has expressed his satisfaction ahead of the Super Eagles’ international friendly clash with England on June 2, stating that it is the biggest game for Nigeria in the last three years.
Etebo, who was on for the entire duration in Nigeria’s game against DR Congo on Monday, is glad with the team’s unity but further calls on more support from the fans.
”If we continue like this as one family and with the support of the people and the nation, in football the support counts too,” Oghenekaro Etebo told Extra Time Soccer Live.
”It is really a big game because I know for the past three years or so Nigeria have never played any big game like that.
”The mentality we are going to put up in that game will really help to determine what we are going to do in the World Cup.”
Nigeria will square up against the Three Lions of England at the Wembley Stadium in London on Saturday, June 2.