Nigeria's skin is dark black and his nose is long. He has somewhat long, black hair which is cut in an afro style and sideburns. His lips are large and he has small eyes with dark semicircles underneath.
Nigeria's Power Shot is called "Tornado Shot." Nigeria unleashes a tornado whirlwind on the ground towards the opponent. If the tornado touches the opponent, they fly and spin in the air and they stay unconscious for 3 seconds.
This shot is quite dangerous at first, but can be deflected easily when you watch for it or you have your Power Shot activated.
This Power Shot is considered a good shot for a 1.5 star character; try to counter it or block it with your Power Shot. You have to stay on the ground in order to counter the shot. The closer you are to Nigeria, the easier it is. Another, but riskier way to stop it is to walk towards the ball until you are very close to Nigeria, and sometimes the ball will end up behind Nigeria and he will walk the ball in his own goal. This does not always work and the best way to hold it is to counter it. In the end, the recommended strategy is to come very close to Nigeria and kick, so you have a plan B if you don't counter it. Almost nobody knows this, but the shot bounces up and down very quickly, as shown in the picture.
He has the darkest skin of all characters, with Madagascar as runner-up.
He is the first character with a Power Shot that travels on the ground.
If you change the language to Korean, Nigeria will say his Power Shot in South Korean and you hear a tune afterwards. He is the third character in the game whose voice changes in South Korean. The others are: South Korea, Cameroon, USA, Japan and Brazil.
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His power shot is the first shot in the game that is not a straight line shot.