Super Eagles Star Kelechi Iheanacho Claims He Stopped Using Soap, Names His New Success Secret
- Kelechi Iheanacho has told teammate Wilfred Ndidi that 'soap' is no longer his secret to success
- Ndidi earlier requested Iheanacho to ‘cut soap for him’ meaning the striker should reveal his success secret
- Iheanacho has stated that ‘soap’ is no longer his trend as he now uses ‘shower gel’
Leicester City striker Kelechi Ikeanacho has disclosed that ‘soap’ is no longer his secret to his sublime goal scoring form, claiming he now uses 'shower gel'.
‘Cut soap’ had been a recent trend which is synonymous with the Super Eagles striker and his teammate Wilfred Ndidi who both play for the Foxes. It means to reveal the secret of success.
One would always expect something funny from both super Eagles stars after winning a match with the Foxes.
Iheanacho who has been in superb scoring form recently netted the winner in their FA Cup semifinal clash with Southampton and it was expected Ndidi would hype the striker in the lockeroom.
Instead, the midfielder made funny request from his compatriot when he asked him to cut soap for him (share the secret to success).
And in the latest move, Ndidi and Iheanacho were captured around the King Power Stadium– with the midfielder reminding the striker he is yet to share the secret of his recent success.
“I don change, I no dey use soap again, na shower gel I dey use,” Kelechi replied meaning: “I stopped using soap. I now use shower gel.”
Meanwhile, Iheanacho is definitely reaping the rewards of excellent performances despite playing for Leicester City.
The 24-year-old is the only non-Chelsea player included in the FA Cup team of the semifinal after firing his side to the final of the competition.
He scored the only goal that propelled the Foxes to victory over Southampton and they will battle the Blues in the final of the competition in mid-May.
With a 4-5-1 formation, the Super Eagles forward starts from the striker's position in the team voted by fans.
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