The Golden Eaglets have renewed hope of a great outing at the U17 World Cup in Brazil after they bounced back from a 2-1 loss to Sao Paulo U17s to smash past fellow World Cup qualifiers South Korea 4-2 in another warm-up game.
Star striker Olakunle Olusegun grabbed a brace after he also scored in the loss to Sao Paulo.
Devine Nwachukwu headed Nigeria in front as early as the sixth minute before Korea drew level from the penalty spot through Oh Jaehyeck four minutes later.
Choi Minseo then put Korea ahead in the 41st minute only for Olusegun to restore parity a minute later.
Olusegun then made it 3-2 in the 86th minute and Charles Etim wrapped up the heart-warming victory in stoppage time with a curler.
The Eaglets will play a final warm-up game against another World Cup qualifier Japan before they head to their match venue on Tuesday, officials disclosed.
The World Cup starts on October 26.