- Oghenekaro Etebo joked about Francis Uzoho's age while in camp for Nigeria's second meeting Cameroon
- The pair were spotted in their hotel hallway making the most of their time ahead of the second contest against the Indomitable Lions
- The Super Eagles lost their first encounter by a 1-0 scored by Fulham midfielder Andre Anguissa in the first half
Oghenekaro Etebo was spotted making fun of Super Eagles teammate Francis Uzoho while in camp for the double-header against Cameroon, Instagram.
The three-time African African champions lost to the Indomitable Lions by 1-0 in Austria as the team are preparing for the second game against their West African neighbours.
But that aside, the players are currently gearing up for the reverse fixture as everyone seem to be relaxed for fixture on Tuesday, June 8.
Etebo and Uzoho were having fun at the hallway of their hotel rooms as the goalkeeper was making a pose like a model on the run way.
The six-foot-plus goalie showed ambience wearing a joggers with a round-necked top as well a hat and a sneakers to fit as he counted his steps through the hallway.
Etebo who was the man behind the camera jokingly mocked the Omonia Nicosia shot-keeper's age as he said:
"22 -year-old, see 22-year-old"
Instead of getting angry, the former U17 international then changed his walking style and responded by saying "Clear road".
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kelvin Odenigbo has brought tears into the eyes of many Nigerians after he was found dead in a lake called Beloye in his base in Belarus, The Cable.
The 20-year-old who plays for FC Vitebsk in Belarus drowned in the lake and was confirmed dead in the tourist destination.
FC Vitebsk released a statement on their official website:
“We express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the football player. The football club Vitebsk reports that on June 5, 2021, on the lake Beloye, in the area of the tourist base Verasy, OSVOD employees found the drowned Kelvin Odenigbo.
“We will publish all official information as it becomes available. We express our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the football player, as well as to all the fans of the team."