Osimhen in Hot Search for Local Nigerian Food Amala As He Steps Out in Style

Osimhen in Hot Search for Local Nigerian Food Amala As He Steps Out in Style

Italy based Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen has posted awesome photo of himself stepping out in style with the caption that he was looking for Amala anywhere he can get it.

The Super Eagles striker has been impressive so far this season for Napoli in the Serie A and many has tipped him to even emerge as the highest goalscorer at the end of the term.

Despite being affected with injury last season, Victor Osimhen was still impressive for Napoli and has started from where he stopped last term.

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Victor Osimhen in hot search for local Nigerian food Amala as he steps out in style. Photo by Giuseppe Maffia
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According to the photo the Nigerian posted on his official Twitter account, Victor Osimhen was putting on black and white canvass.

See his photo below

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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how former Nigerian international Vincent Enyeama has emerged No.1 in the top ten goalkeepers who ever featured for the Super Eagles.

The former Enyimba of Aba shot-stopper amassed 101 appearances for Nigeria between 2002 and 2015, winning the Africa Cup of Nations in 2013.

During his stint at French club Lille, Enyeama set a record as the most outstanding goalkeeper in their history, having made 164 appearances in all competitions.

He kept a staggering club record of 11 consecutive clean sheets for the side, which earned him the 2014 Prix Marc-Vivien Foé, an award given to the best African player in Ligue 1.

Peter Rufai is right behind Enyeama, as he was one of the first Nigerian goalkeepers to play in Europe when he joined Belgian side Lokeren in 1986, and his international career spanned 15 years.

He was part of the Super Eagles squad that won the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994 before he then captained Nigeria at the World Cup the same year.

Source: Sports Brief News