Nigeria win AGAIN by arriving for World Cup in amazing
eagles have landed
Captain John Obi Mikel led the parade in Russia which saw the Super Eagles wear head-turning traditional outfit
Captain John Obi Mikel led his side to Russia in the head-turning green and white attire that featured footballs below the collars.
The Nigeria squad looked every inch the dapper chaps as they arrived in RussiaCredit: Instagram @ahmedmusa
Nigeria’s World Cup jersey has been the most talked about in the build up to this year’s showpiece.
The eye-catching zig-zag design was produced by Nike and saw fans queuing up outside stores to get their hands on it.
But this formal look has sent everyone into a frenzy all over again, with the immaculate design being complemented by matching shoes and hats.
One social media user wrote: “Nigeria should be advanced to the World Cup final for these team travel outfits alone.”
Chelsea star Victor Moses models the traditional Nigerian outfitCredit: Instagram @victormoses
Captain John Obi Mikel poses with team-mate Ogenyi OnaziCredit: Instagram @johnobimikel
Fans immediately fell in love with Nigeria’s travel outfitCredit: Instagram
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Another wrote: “Why the hell are Nigeria’s everything so ‘yes’? First their kits, now these outfits!”
A fellow user posted: “Nigeria is winning this 2018 World Cup fashion parade.”
Another said: “If the Russia World Cup was all about fashion, Nigeria would lift the trophy before even kicking a ball.”
One fan said: “Looking dapper guys.”
Nigeria’s kit has gone down a storm with fansCredit: AFP or licensors
Victor Moses takes a seat in the traditional outfitCredit: Instagram @victormoses
Leicester star Ahmed Musa looked delighted to be leading the World Cup fashion stakesCredit: Instagram
Footballs can be seen below the collar of the outfitCredit: Instagram
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Some voiced a word of caution though.
One user said: “With all these outfits, the jerseys, suits and this attire, I just hope we are not just going to Russia to model.”
Nike explained after the kit’s February release that they wanted to “tap into the attitude of the nation”.
The demand for the shirt proper was so high that some were being flogged for £300 online.