Exceptionally, The Super Eagles made it happen by having earned their place among the world's most valuable national teams!

The Super Eagles, Nigeria's national football team, have proudly secured their spot among the world's most valuable national teams. They now stand shoulder to shoulder with football powerhouses such as England, France, and Argentina in terms of their worth and impact on the global stage.

The Nigerian male football team are stacked with loads of quality options up-front, with stars like Taiwo Awoniyi, Boniface and Osimhen.

Nigeria’s male football team, The Super Eagles, have been ranked among the top ten most valuable national teams in the world, Soccernet.ng reports.

The list includes the Three Lions Of England, Argentina, Portugal, Germany, The Netherlands, France, Italy, Brazil and Spain.

In recent years, the Nigerian football team has had an influx of impeccable young talents, and some of those are currently flying the flag of the country high outside of her shores with consistent blazing performances.

In terms of attacking options alone, the rise in the worth of players like Taiwo Awoniyi, Kelechi Iheanacho, Victor Okoh Boniface and Ballon d’Or nominee – Victor Osimhen, added massively to the value the squad possess.

If e easy gather them, believe, Dem go deliver!
— ???????? Super Eagles (@NGSuperEagles) October 21, 2023

Jude Bellingham, Kylian Mbappè, Bruno Fernandes, Vinicius Junior, Pedri and Julian Alvarez added massively to their National football team’s market worth.

With the Super Eagles ranking just below the Netherlands in tenth place and the squad having arguably the best-ever Nigerian players at a time like this, Nigerian football fans are hoping the talents will be properly harnessed to bring the glory days.

The country narrowly missed out on the 2022 FIFA World Cup, but have already adopted a “Let’s do it again motto” ahead of their AFCON 2024 campaign in Ivory Coast.

Portuguese manager, Jose Santos Peseiro believes his team can go all the way to win the continental trophy if his players are willing to give what it takes, but he still faces headaches concerning his goalkeeping department.

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