The Super Eagles have landed in Algeria buzzing for their final game in the World Cup qualifiers against the Desert Foxes.

The team have been in a camp site in Rabat, Morocco since Monday and they are now ready to end their World Cup qualifying campaign in style even though they already got the ticket last month in Uyo.

Super Eagles in Algeria

According to the official Twitter handle of the Super Eagles, the team was well received by the people of Algeria on arrival.

“We have arrived safely in Constantine, Algeria. The reception by the Algerian people was very warm and cordial #SoarSuperEagles,” @NGSuperEagles tweeted with pictures of the squad at the airport.

Super Eagles in Algeria

Meanwhile, Turkey-based midfielder Mikel Agu has been ruled out of the upcoming Super Eagles games against Algeria and Argentina.

It is understood that the Bursaspor of Turkey player came to the Super Eagles camp in Morocco with a slight knock, but the injury has failed to rebate; hence the decision to drop him from the two games.

Super Eagles in Algeria

The ruling out of Agu means only 22 players are available for Gernot Rohr to pick from for the November games.

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