Nwankwo Kanu Posts Adorable Photo of him Meeting Brazil and Real Madrid Legend
- Nwankwo Kanu and Real Madrid legend Roberto Carlos have met with the Nigerian expressing happiness
- The former Arsenal striker made it clear that it was great moment for him to see Carlos after years of retirement from football
- Kanu was a joy to watch when he was playing for the Super Eagles as the Arsenal legend featured in 86 games for Nigeria
Nwankwo Kanu who is a Super Eagles and Arsenal legend has expressed happiness after meeting former Real Madrid super left back Roberto Carlos as the two men snapped for photos.
The former Super Eagles striker posted the photo of himself and Roberto Carlos on his social media page.
During his active playing time, Roberto Carlos was one of the best left backs in the world considering how he used to score good goals despite being a defender.
Roberto Carlos started his career in Brazil as a forward but spent most of his career as a left back and has been described as the most offensive-minded left-back in the history of the game.
When did he join Spanish side Real Madrid?
After playing for just a year at Inter Milan, Roberto Carlos left the Italian club in 1996 for a move to Real Madrid where he won four La Liga titles and three Champions League.
What about former Nigerian international Nwankwo Kanu?
Nwankwo Kanu started his career in the Nigerian League and even won the topflight title with Iwuanyanwu Nationale in 1992 before he moved to Ajax in Europe winning the Champions League.
Heartbreak for Nigeria as star midfielder to miss World Cup playoffs against Ghana
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Super Eagles of Nigeria will be missing the services of key midfielder Alex Iwobi when they square up against perennial rivals Ghana in the final round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Nigeria were paired to face the Black Stars in the World Cup playoffs on Saturday, January 22 as CAF conducted its final draws for its representatives at the World Cup holding in Qatar.
The Everton midfielder courtesy of picking up a red card against Tunisia as the Super Eagles exited the Africa Cup of Nations will now be banned from taking any part in the first-leg in Accra.
Iwobi was introduced in the 59th minute of the game but got sent off seven minutes later after a VAR review upgraded a yellow card to a red for a rash tackle.