FIFA U-20 World Cup: Italy Vs Nigeria match preview | The Nutmeg
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24 May 2023 | 5:15 am
A decent start it was for the Flying Eagles as they rallied from a goal down to claim their first victory at the U-20 World Cup against the Dominican Republic. Up next is an all-important clash against Italy and this could make or break their campaign in Argentina. Ayomide Sotubo and this is the Nutmeg on Guardian TV.
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