Pretty Sister of Bayern Munich Star Spotted Watching Super Eagles vs Sudan, Makes Stunning Statement
- Rose May Alaba on Saturday evening, January 15, watched the AFCON game between the Super Eagles and Sudan
- The 27-year-old singer is the sister of David Alaba who plays for Bayern Munich and captain of the Austrian national team
- Alaba was seen in front of the television in joyous mood as Chukwueze, Awoniyi and Moses Simon scored for Nigeria
Rose May Alaba who is the younger sister of Bayern Munich star David Alaba has posted awesome photo of herself watching Nigeria facing Sudan at the ongoing AFCON.
Super Eagles of Nigeria were so superb on Saturday evening, January 15, beating Sudan 3-1 in their second game at ongoing AFCON in Cameroon with Chukwueze, Awoniyi and Moses Simon netting.
Rose May Alaba who was born in Vienna, Austria to a Filipino mother and a Nigerian father watched the match live and was happy with the result the Super Eagles got against Sudan.
According to what the 27-year-old posted on her Twitter page, the singer appreciated the fact of being a Nigerian.
Rose May Alaba's reaction to Super Eagles
''One of the sweetest times to be Nigerian is when watching the Super Eagles play well.''
What is next for the Super Eagles?
With the perfect win Austin Eguavoen and his wards got against Sudan, Nigeria have now qualified for the knockout stage even with one match remaining in the Group stage.
Nigeria will face Guinea-Bissau in their last Group game at AFCON next week Wednesday and Eagles will want to maintain their unbeaten run.
Video Shows Ahmed Musa, Iheanacho and Other Super Eagles Stars Dancing After Win Over Sudan
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how video has emerged where Ahmed Musa was spotted leading other Super Eagles stars in dancing in the dressing room following their win over Sudan at the African Cup of Nations.
Nigeria were on Saturday evening, January 15, superb as as Samuel Chukwueze, Taiwo Awoniyi and Moses Simon scored in their 3-1 win over Sudan.
The encounter was Super Eagles' second game at the ongoing African Cup of Nations in Cameroon and it means that Nigeria have now qualified for the knockout stages.
After getting into the dressing room in Garoua, Super Eagles players were happy with their win over Sudan and were singing the music of Austino Milado.