Nigeria World Cup kit sells out in minutes, fans queue

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The Football World Cup is around the corner and global teams have already released their official World cup kits.

Everything from the unveiling of the design to the marketing to the execution was ideal and the Super Eagles World Cup Kit in collaboration with Nike is arguably one of the most popular kits ever made.

Manufor's experience typified the tale of many individuals who went out to Oxford Street on the first day of the sale of the new wears designed by NIKE for Nigeria's Super Eagles for the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. The shirt alone is priced by Nike at £64.95.

Arsenal's Alex Iwobi and Leicester's Wilfred Ndidi were among those to have modeled the kit. London's Nike Town had massive queues outside.

Following the overwhelming demand, the green-and-white home strip, along with the away jersey and training kit, are still unavailable on the Nike online store.

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Guardiola won six league titles as a player at Barcelona and has added a further seven as a manager during spells with the Catalan club, Bayern Munich and City.

Nigeria will also play in London this week as they face England in a friendly at Wembley as part of World Cup preparations.

Meanwhile a recent global survey rated the Super Eagles' Russia 2018 World Cup jersey as the best among the 32 nations in the tournament.

Nike's social media pages have been inundated with questions about when new stock will become available, with two pairs of boots and a gym bag the only available items in the Nigeria team section as of Saturday. Some of our favourite celebrities including Tiwa Savage, Tobi Bakre, Noble Igwe, Adesua Etomi and Ebuka were spotted wearing their piece of World Cup history.

The Fifa World Cup begins in Russian Federation on 14 June.