As the group stage games of the U-20 FIFA world cup continue today the head coach,of the Brazilian side also known as Samba boys Ramon Menezes has admitted the Flying Eagles will be a tough nut to crack for his side.
The South American team is in a dire situation and seek for a must win when they take on the West Africans in La Plata today.
Brazil currently occupies second position in Group D behind the Flying Eagles who are already through to the Round of 16 having won their opening two games against Dominican Republic and Italy.
Defeat in the game will end the South Americans dream of winning a sixth title.
Ramon Menezes acknowledged the enormity of the task before his team.
In a press conference he remarked that “African teams are traditional powerhouses at this level and Nigeria is one of them,”
“So we have to approach the game with caution seeing how they have been playing so far. It won’t be an easy game for us to win,” he added.