World Cup 2018: Nigeria vs Argentina Viewing Party with Eat.Drink.Lagos

Our first match might have been a massive disappointment, but our Super Eagles more than made up for it in the second game vs Iceland. We don't think we've enjoyed a Nigerian football game like that in a very long time.

Croatia have already qualified and would need a remarkable collapse to finish anywhere but top. The race for second is complicated. Nigeria will definitely qualify if they beat Argentina; if they draw, they will still go through provided Iceland do not beat Croatia, or win by more than a two-goal margin. If Iceland and Argentina both win, it would come down to goal difference, with Argentina needing to win by at least one more goal than Iceland to overhaul them. A draw is no good to either of them.
— The Telegraph

The win means Nigeria has a very good chance of making it out of the group.

Just one point and we're good. 

Nigeria can qualify with a draw or win against Argentina if Iceland lose or draw against Croatia
— Sky Sports

We play Argentina who have one of the greatest players in the history of football in Lionel Messi. No pressure.

No pressure at all. 

There's hope, however. Apparently, the Argentine camp is in utter disarray. The players don't seem to like the coach and word on the street is that the players will be picking the team/tactics by themselves. If the Super Eagles are going to get that much needed point, we'll have to keep hoping the Argentine shambles goes on for another game. 

 
 

Oh well. 

Come join us tomorrow evening as we cheer on the Eagles after work. 

Super Eagles 3.PNG

Sadly, the barbeque was regretable the last time so we have much better food and drink specials. 

All pizzas are on special offer at N2500 each, sangria carafes will be N2000 (serves 4 glasses), and a dozen wings at 2k even. 

Win, draw, or lose (God forbid!) we're ending the night with shots in honor of Ahmed Musa, so come through!