Super Eagles coach, Augustine Eguavoen, has urged fans of the Nigerian national team to fill up the stadium during the Nigeria Vs Ghana World Cup play-offs on Tuesday.
The first leg played in Kumasi on Friday ended in a goalless draw. The second leg is scheduled to hold at the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja at 6pm.
Speaking at a press conference ahead of the crucial game, Eguavoen, a former Super Eagles player, promised Nigerians happiness after the game.
“I want to urge all Nigerian fans and football lovers to support the team,” Eguavoen said.
“They should fill up the stadium tomorrow and cheer the team on, because I promise we will all be happy at the end of the game.”
Meanwhile, the Minister of Youths and Sports, Sunday Dare, has said 20,000 free tickets will be provided for fans and also free rides to the stadium.
“We will buy 20,000 of the tickets and give to fans at designated centres on Monday and Tuesday morning. We want to ensure maximum support for the Super Eagles by filling up the stands.
“The NFF have done well to secure maximum capacity of the Moshood Abiola National Stadium for the match. This move will guarantee us a full house,” the Sports Minister said.