The football representing body’s site investigated the forthcoming competition and the opposition’s history and thought of intriguing figures concerning Nigeria. One of the figures is 18 years and nine months, which is the normal age that sets up Nigeria as the most youthful squad at New Zealand 2015. The most seasoned, then, will be given by the European couple of Germany and Ukraine, both of whom have a normal age of 20.
At that point there is 14 seconds, which was all it took Nigeria’s Monday Odiaka to score the quickest objective in U-20 World Cup history against Canada in 1985. His comrade, John Owoeri, netted the second-snappiest, four seconds short of the record in 2005.
Likewise Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi is one of just seven players to touch base at New Zealand 2015 having effectively played at a U-20 World Cup. Each of the seven participated at Turkey 2013: the Mali trio of Ichaka Diarra, Souleymane Sissoko and Hamidou Traore, Ghana’s Clifford Aboagye, New Zealand skipper Bill Tuiloma and Zhabikillo Urinboev of Uzbekistan. An aggregate of 77 players at this competition have experience of the FIFA U-17 World Cup, with New Zealand alone gloating 12 veterans of that specific competition.