The talisman of the senior national team of Nigeria Victor Moses has arrived the camp of the Super Eagles of Nigeria ahead of Saturday’s game against Zambia in Uyo.
Moses was the only player still being expected by the technical crew of the team when training commenced yesterday ahead of the crucial World Cup 2018 Qualifiers tie against Zambia..
He touched down Uyo 25 minutes ago, and will take part in the training session of the team later this evening at the training pitch of the Godswill Akpabio Stadium.
The Chelsea ace is one of the most important player for the Super Eagles of Nigeria, and he is presently their top scorer with three goals to his name from Nigeria’s first four games of the qualifiers.
His arrival means the coaches of the team can now start tactical drills with the full compliment of all of the players invited for the game, where a win will see Nigeria progress to the World Cup holding in Russia next year.
Chelsea’s Victor Moses, Arsenal midfielder Alex Iwobi, Ola Aina and Simon Moses were the last to join the Super Eagles’s training camp at Uyo.
The players, however, joined their colleagues in Wednesday morning gym work.
Later in the day, the entire team will have a 2-hour evening training at the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo.
With this last arrival, all Super Eagles top players have now arrived the camp ahead of the World Cup qualifiers between Nigeria and the Chipolopolo’s of Zambia.