Flying Eagles coach Manu Garba has said he expects a spectacular match against five-time champions, Brazil. Both sides will tangle in opening Group E clash in today’s Fifa Under-20 World Cup at the Stadium Taranaki in New Plymouth, New Zealand. “It will be a spectaclar match. Brazil have won the World Cup five times but Nigeria are no pushovers either. “I am here with the bulk of the squad who won the Under-17 World Cup two years ago. We are the youngest team in New Zealand but we are a great side. We have the confidence and we will win. “This is the most important match for us because a win will boost our morale as we plan to go all the way to win this tournament. “We are at full strength and only need mother luck from God now,” said the former Golden Eaglets coach. Flying Eagles forward Kelechi Iheanacho said they will attack Brazil with full force today. “We are a very good team going forward and we will attack any team including Brazil with full force,” said the 18-year old Manchester City starlet. Eagles will be cheered on by at least 60 Nigerians who are resident in New Zealand.