John Mikel Obi Treats Fans to Expensive Dinner, Gives Them Bundles of N1000 Note
- John Obi Mikel has treated fans in Lagos to expensive dinner during the maiden edition of the Back2Base
- The African Cup of Nations winner was happy in the midst of the fans at the dinner as he also gave them money
- Mikel Obi is one of the biggest Nigerian players in history as he has won the Premier League and Champions League
Super Eagles legend John Obi Mikel has been spotted treating winners of the maiden edition of Back2Base competition to expensive dinner and also gave them bundles of cash.
The former Chelsea star has been in the country for over a week and has been touring the city of Lagos training and meeting many football fans.
According to the video posted on Instagram, John Obi Mikel was seen in joyous mood taking pictures with the winners and handling over cash to them.
see the awesome video of the event below
John Obi Mikel Finally Reveals Toughest Opponent He Faced in the Premier League
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Chelsea and Super Eagles midfielder, John Obi Mikel has revealed Liverpool icon Steven Gerrard as the most difficult opponent he faced in his football career.
Mikel and Gerrard squared off severally in the English Premier League when the Nigerian represented Chelsea during his playing career in England.
The 35-year-old Nigerian midfielder admitted Steven Gerrard was one of the quickest and fastest players he has ever seen on the ball which made him a tough opponent to mark.
Mikel made a total of 372 appearances in all competitions during his ten-and-a-half-year Chelsea career winning the UEFA Champions League, English Premier League, FA Cup, and League Cup trophies.
Also, Sports Brief reported how Super Eagles striker Victor Osimhen disclosed that he remains uncertain over his future with Italian side Napoli, saying 'anything can happen.'
Reports have it that English Premier League club Arsenal submitted a £51million bid for the forward who scored four times in Nigeria’s 10-0 win over Sao Tome and Principe in the AFCON qualifiers.
Osimhen has just spent two seasons with the Italian giants, but his impressive form has attracted interest from a number of clubs in England.
Source: Sports Brief News