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Super Eagles Stars Celebrate End of the Season With Family Members As Leagues End in Europe
- Victor Osimhen and several other Nigerian footballers took time out to celebrate what they achieved in the cause of the just-concluded season
- The Nigerian international did not just help Napoli secure Champions League football, he also won the best U-23 player of the Serie A
- Leon Balogun, Wilfred Ndidi and Moses Simon also took to social media to celebrate their respective successes during the campaign
A number of Nigerian internationals were in action over the weekend as most of the leagues across Europe came to an end.
And a number of them including Wilfred Ndidi, Victor Osimhen, Leon Balogun as well as Moses Simon took to social media to reflect on and celebrate their respective achievements during the campaign.
On his path, it was a grand finish for Moses Simon who won the Coupe de France with Nantes as they celebrated the title on the final day, Pulse Sports reports.
He also made his 100th appearance for the Ligue 1 outfit and as such, Simon took to his Instagram handle to write:
"It’s such a great honour to have played 100 games with Nantes. Big thanks to the coaches, technical staff, players and fans for all the love and support.
"It was a fantastic season and I’m proud to be part of the historical moment of this great club. Allez Nantes."
And although Leon Balogun was not in action during the final of the Europa League as Rangers Lost to Eintracht Frankfurt, the Nigerian defender celebrated winning the Scottish Cup with his club.
He played all 90 minutes to help Rangers defeat Hearts 2-0 in the final.
Napoli striker Victor Osimhen helped his side qualify for the Champions League with his impressive performance in the cause of the season.
The striker recently bagged the best U-23 player in the Serie A and was quick to react:
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He said, "For me, this is a big milestone! Having gone through a lot of tough times, from multiple injuries and all, I still stood my ground against all odds but I won’t be able to do these things without the support of my family, friends, fans and of course my teammates, the coaches, I sincerely appreciate y’all.”
Okoye dreams of playing in three World Cups
Meanwhile, Sports Brief earlier reported that Super Eagles' number one shot-stopper Maduka Okoye has expressed disappointment over the 2022 FIFA World Cup miss but declared that he can still feature in three editions of the tournament in future.
Ghana qualified for Qatar 2022 at the expense of Nigeria and Okoye lamented that the dream of playing in this year’s World Cup had been dashed.
Okoye, who was born in Dusseldorf, Germany has expressed optimism and assured that the Super Eagles would return to winning ways.