The Super Eagles held a closed training on Wednesday evening ahead of Friday’s crucial encounter with the defending champions
It was a nice cool evening for a kick about on Wednesday evening for the Nigeria national team as they trained for their upcoming game against Zambia at the Ingwenyama Conference and Sport Resort on the outskirts of Mbombela.
Media were only allowed fifteen minutes to see the session before being shut out as the Super Eagles warmed up for their crucial encounter against the Chipolopolo.
Coach Stephen Keshi got the team to run short sprints while goalkeeper coach Ike Shorunmu worked with the trio of Vincent Enyeama, Austin Ejide and Chigozie Agbim on the side.
The group looked sharp in training after its 1-1 draw with Burkina Faso on Monday. Defender Efe Ambrose was sent off in that game.
Chelsea's Victor Moses who missed Monday's game trained with the squad and looked fit as he sprinted with the rest of the lads.