Former Nigeria coach Bora Milutinovic has given a verdict on Super Eagles progressing to the round of 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia
Super Eagles have drawn with Argentina for the fifth time which includes Iceland and Croatia in Group D as Gernot Rohr’s men must bypass La Albiceleste, The Blazers and Strákarnir okkar to move to the knocked stage.
The 73-year-old Serbian was in charge of three-time African champions during the 1998 competition in France he has also manage Mexico and Costa Rica to the Mundial in 1990 and 1994 respectively.
Milutinovic speaking interview with Goal said: “It’s easy to talk about it, but there will be truth in the field and it may be different,”
“Nigeria will play in the group of Argentina, Croatia and Iceland. I think that of my three former teams, this is the one that has the best chance of advancing.”