A dread assault in central London today has left individuals thinking about whether the international match between Nigeria and Senegal tomorrow will go ahead as arranged.
The Super Eagles are to go up against the Teranga Lions in a friendly game scheduled for Tomorrow (Thursday) at the Hive Stadium in London, and keeping in mind that there hasn’t been an official cancellation of the match.
There are presently unmistakable feelings of fears the London Metro Police could prompt against the game going ahead as planned, despite the fact that there is relied upon to be an increased security presence if the game goes on as planned.
The terror attack, speculation are a suspect cut down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before going ahead to assault police with a knife, has as of now at least no less than two people are dead.
The suspect, portrayed by an observer as ‘Middle-aged and Asian’, then figured out how to break into the grounds of the Parliament and stabbed a cop before he was shot and injured.
Up until now, there are no words regarding the game, which is still anticipated that would go on, however under heightened security in the event that it happens.
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