Thursday , 13 August 2020

Confederation Cup: Nigeria vs. Spain Match preview

Spain’s next match of confederation cup is against Nigeria. The match is on 23-06-2013. The venue if the match is Fortaleza. Spain is very confident after winning his last match against Tahiti by a very big margin of 10–0. Spain will try to make a clean sweep in this match also. About last 5 matches of both teams, Nigeria has won 2 matches, 2 were draws and the remaining was lost by Nigeria. Whereas Spain won all of last 5 matches. Here is the full detail match of the upcoming Confederation Cup match.


Spain vs. Nigeria match Preview

Date of Match23-06-2013
TournamentConfederation Cup 2013
Game Week3
RefereeJ. Aguilar
AssistantsW. Torres & J. Zumba

Last Match of both teams

Spain was the winner when both team played their last match. That match was so close and Spain won with a very little margin. The last time the 2 sides met competitively it absolutely was the Super Eagles United Nations agency emerged victorious.

At the tournament in France in 1998, Fernando Hierro and Raul had doubly given Kingdom of Spain the lead; however goals from Mutiu Adepoju, Garba Lawal and Sunday Oliseh helped Federal Republic of Nigeria to a 3–2 win.

Top Players from both teams

N. Oduamadi3Fernando Torres4
U. Echiejile2David Villa3
J. Obi. Mikel1David Silva2

Tournaments won by both teams

African cup of Nations03
World Cup10
European Championship30
EQ Qualification20

The coach of Nigeria is refusing to grant up hope: Of course we have a tendency to do have an opportunity, till the top of the ninety minutes you cannot tell what is the planning to happen, he says. Spain is on paper a minimum of, not however assured of a semi-final berth. However, solely a defeat by four goals or additional would go away them in danger of elimination.

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