Super Eagles’ left back, Bryan Idowu has stated that he will perform the popular Nigerian dance ‘shaku shaku’ should the Eagles score against Argentina during the last group game at the 2018 World Cup in Russia on Friday.
The Russian born disclosed this on Monday during the team’s official press conference.
“It depends on what the score is and just the situation of the players. You should ask the attackers, while me, my primary job is to defend. If it happens the moment, one can do shaku shaku,” he said.
The Amkar Perm defender further noted that he will love to swap jersey with legendary and Barcelona star man, Lionel Messi, adding that it would be a pleasure to end the World Cup campaign of the star player.
“I never even thought about that, but yea that will be our main goal to make it Messi’s last World Cup game. As long as we love to enjoy to watch Messi play, its against us, so there is only one option for us and that is that he plays his last game here in Petersburg. Of course I will love to swap jerseys with him and swap jerseys with a lot of players in the Argentina side,” Bryan said.
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The Super Eagles will go through to the round of 16 with a win and a possible draw that will mean the five-time Ballon d’Or winner would go home high and dry without a World Cup title to his name.