It's been quite a day so far, with both Iran and Ghana doing far better than expected, though both failing to truly deliver a stunning result. Meanwhile, Klose ties Ronaldo for most World Cup goals all-time with 15.
Now it's up to Nigeria and Bosnia, especially the Super Eagles who will have to do much, much better than in their first match to beat a very good Bosnia side.
Nigeria drop Victor Moses, but keep both Mikel and Omeruo. Mikel once again looks to be starting deep, which is just silly.
Nigeria vs Bosnia-Herzegovina: Team Lineups #NGAvsBIH pic.twitter.com/n9emzilrZd— WhoScored.com (@WhoScored) June 21, 2014
Talk amongst yourselves.