Victor Osimhen Shows He Has Heart of Gold, Buys Fan Sewing Machine
- Victor Osimhen buys a fan who sent him a message on Twitter an expensive brand new sewing machine
- The 23-year-old was on the score sheet as Nigeria came from a goal down to beat Sierra Leone 2-1 in Abuja
- Osimhen is in line to lead the Super Eagles' attack again as they get ready to face Sao Tome and Principe
Super Eagles star Victor Osimhen has continued to win the hearts of many Nigerians after he put a smile on the face of one of his fans.
Earlier in the month, Osimhen had promised to buy a fan sewing machine after he took to Twitter to beg the striker for support towards his tailoring business.
The 23-year-old has now fulfilled that promise as seen on Twitter.
The fan reached out to Osimhen
While reacting to Osimhen inspirational message on Twitter, the fan wrote as he posted a picture of a sewing machine: “Please buy me this to boost my tailoring business. Owo è poor diè but with God and you, I believe I can get it.”
His tweet got the attention of the player who promised to grant him his request, Pulse Sports reports.
Osimhen delivers on his promise
A few days after making that promise, the Napoli striker has kept to his words.
The fan revealed in a tweet a picture of the sewing machine, thanking Osimhen for the gift.
Iwobi, Osimhen on Target As Super Eagles Defeat Sierra Leone in 2023 AFCON Qualifier
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that the Super Eagles of Nigeria kicked off their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers on a winning note after coming from a goal down against Sierra Leone.
Jonathan Morsay gave the Leone Stars a surprise 1-0 lead in an empty Moshood Abiola Stadium after beating Nigerian defender, Calvin Bassey to nod home.
Sierra Leone almost doubled their lead after a shot from their attacker hit the woodwork following a brilliant save from Francis Uzoho.
The Super Eagles however picked up their tempo and responded as Alex Iwobi equalized to make it 1-1 in the 16th minute following a great build-up play with Moses Simon.
Victor Osimhen gave the Super Eagles the lead just before halftime after slotting in another Moses Simon assist to make it 2-1 in favour of Nigeria at the break and that was how the game ended.
Source: Sports Brief News