Super Eagles midfielder learning Shaku Shaku for 2018 FIFA World Cup

Iwobi reveals he is learning Shaku Shaku for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Iwobi who is a key member of the Super Eagles squad is aiming to tap into the Shaku Shaku movement which is making waves in Nigeria.

The Shaku Shaku dance is a very popular dance in Nigeria, which involves the crossing of arms while also galloping with your legs.

The 22-year-old is revealed that he is working on his Shaku Shaku skills ahead of the tournament in an interview with the .

Iwobi revealed that his best goal for the Super Eagles is the one against Zambia and when asked his most difficult dance move he revealed that it is the Shaku Shaku.

Iwobi said he was working on it and also displayed a preview of the Shaku Shaku he has learnt so far and promised to work on it.

He said, “I have to learn it before the World Cup by force, I haven’t learnt the footwork yet.”

The Super Eagles begin their World Cup campaign against Croatia on Saturday, June 16 before subsequent games against Iceland and Argentina.

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