High flying Leicester City midfielder Wilfred Ndidi reckons that the Super Eagles will be ready to face Cameroon when both sides clash in a World Cup qualifying match in August this year.
Speaking to Channels TV sports, the 20-years old midfielder who joined Leicester City from Gent, said the friendly against Senegal is an ideal model of what to expect from the indomitable Lions of Cameroon.
“There were a lot of lessons because the Senegalese are strong and very aggressive,” Ndidi said.
“I think it will prepare us for the upcoming games against Cameroon and South Africa because of the way the Senegalese played, with much experience and players they have in the Premier League, other countries also, but I justl we are ready for anything.”
The Leicester City hard tackler added: “I don’t know about the other players, for me I wasn’t scared (after Cameroon won the AFCON).
“They deserved it, actually it is gone. We have to look forward to playing them next.”
Nigeria will play Cameroon in August this year, but have South Africa to contend with in an AFCON qualifier in June.