Osimhen Passes Big Message to Haters as he Arrives Super Eagles Camp in Morocco

Osimhen Passes Big Message to Haters as he Arrives Super Eagles Camp in Morocco

Akan Anwankwo
  • Victor Osimhen has continued his fight against racism as he was spotted wearing a shirt that has 'stop being racist' written on it
  • The Nigerian international has made a promising impression this season for Napoli despite the verbal abuses he has been subjected to
  • The 23-year-old will be the arrowhead in the Super Eagles attack when they play the World Cup qualifiers against Liberia and Cape Verde

Victor Osimhen had 'stop being racist' boldly written on his shirt as he headed to the Super Eagles camp in Morocco, Naija Footballers, Instagram.

The Napoli striker has come under several racial cases of abuse since moving to Italy's top-flight division two seasons ago.

And the 23-year-old has made himself an advocate to fight all forms of vile abuses from fans from the stadium and social media.

Osimhen says no to racism
Victor Osimhen passes big message to his haters as he arrives Super Eagles camp. Photo by @victorosimhen9
Source: Instagram

The Napoli striker has made a name for himself since his arrival at the Diego Maradona stadium from Lille in 2019 making him the most expensive African player.

Osimhen's impressive career so far

The Nigerian international has already scored five goals in ten Serie A matches this season, helping Juliano Spaletti's side stay on top of the division without a defeat in 11 matches.

Osimhen who hails from Edo state also has four strikes in the Europa League and has eight in 16 appearances wearing the green and white colours of Nigeria.

The six-foot-plus forward has cemented his starting place in Gernot Rohr's side following strings of brilliant performances.

He is expected to lead the attack when Nigeria file out against Liberia and Cape Verde in the final group World Cup qualifiers in the coming days.

Simon, Musa, Sanusi, Collins, Abdulahi light up Super Eagles camp in Morocco

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Super Eagles are currently camping in Morocco ahead of their 2022 World Cup qualifier against Liberia and Cape Verde n the coming days.

There has been synergy in camp ahead of the game as well as side attraction which involved captain Amed Musa, Zaidu Sanusi, Shehu Abdulahi, Moses Simon and Jamilu Collins.

In a video posted on Musa's Instagram, Sanusi was being taught a lesson by Collins and Simon for calling the Super Eagles captain his boy, while Abdulahi caught the incident on camera.

The FC Porto star who recently broke into the national team last October was jokingly harassed and kicked just like military personnel do to civilians.