Dubai - Nigeria and Mexico will draw the curtains of the 2013 FIFA U17 World Cup on Friday in a clash Golden Eaglets coach Manu Garba is expecting both sides to give their very best.
Nigeria have gained great followership in the United Arab Emirates since the beginning of the championship, and Abu Dhabi is the next and final stop where they are expected in large number to cheer the team to a fourth U17 World Cup victory.
Manu, after leading his side through a tough Swedish team in the semifinal, said in a press release that the final against Mexico will be a technical game.
“I still maintained that the Mexican team are a very technical side and we can see their resilience by coming from a 6-1 loss to us (Nigeria) and still be in the final.”
“We showed today that we are a very strong side. We are not going to be on any pressure against Mexico in the final because we would prepare mentally, physically and psychologically for the final.
"The Mexican team I maintained are at very technical team and I believe the final is going to be a great one but by the grace of God, we shall win this trophy for Nigeria and Africa,” he said.