- From Nigeria to the world as Chukwueze shouted Davido's slang 'who dey breet' after Europa League victory
- The Yellow Submarines outshined the Premier League outfit on penalties after 120 minutes of action
- The 22-year-old will also play in the Champions League next season despite Villarreal finishing seventh on La Liga log
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Samuel Chukwueze's reaction after receiving his Europa League winner's medal was out of this world.
The Nigerian star watched Villarreal beat Manchester United 11-10 on penalties after playing a 1-1 draw in a game that lasted 120 minutes.
His side's triumph after the game however inspired him to teach his teammates a famous slang from a popular Nigerian artist Davido.
The 22-year-old went straight to the camera on the sidelines shouting 'who dey breet' in an Instagram live broadcast.
Chukwueze had kissed the medal before shouting the slang twice and then returned to join his colleagues in continuation of their celebration.
The Super Eagles star made 11 appearances in the competition scoring once and assisting five other goals before ending his season against the Gunners earlier this month.
Unai Emery's men will now have a chance to play Champions League football next season despite finishing seventh on the La Liga table in the recently concluded season.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Villarreal star, Samuel Chukwueze, couldn't contain his joy after his side defeated Manchester United on penalties to emerge Europa League champions this season.
The 22-year-old was not named in the squad for the La Liga side as he was considered not fit for the game of such magnitude.
Recall that the Super Eagles forward suffered an injury setback in their semifinal first-leg win over Arsenal in Spain. However, he did not recover in time to feature in the second leg nor the final.
In spite of his absence, the Yellow Submarine conquered their Premier League counterpart and lifted the title at the end of the overstretched encounter.
Source: Sports Brief News