Alex Iwobi Calls Out Referee With Photo After Super Eagles’ Loss Against Algeria

Alex Iwobi Calls Out Referee With Photo After Super Eagles’ Loss Against Algeria

Alex Iwobi who plays for Premier League side Everton has explained that he was not impressed with the officiating of the center referee in the Super Eagles' game against Algeria.

Algeria on Tuesday night, 27 September, came from a goal down to beat the Super Eagles 2-1 in a big international friendly match played in Oran.

Despite netting the first goal in this game, the Super Eagles were unable to maintain their potency and allowed Algerians to come back stronger in the second half.

Alex Iwobi, Super Eagles, Algeria, international friendly.
Alex Iwobi calls out referee for poor officiating against Algeria. Photo: Ulrik Pedersen
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The three-time African champions also had a goal disallowed which was ruled for offside and Alex Iwobi has frowned at the decision.

The former Arsenal star took to his official twitter page to post a photo thereby asking question on why the Super Eagles goal was disallowed.

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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Pierre-Emerick Aubameyeng looked stunning in the Nigerian national team jersey after he was spotted wearing the Nike manufactured kits.

The Gabon and Chelsea forward was inactive during the break, having announced his retirement from international football.

In a photo posted on social media, the former Gabon captain dazzled in the Nigerian jersey as he sat on the stairs of a private jet.

The 34-year-old stayed at Cobham to train ahead of the return of the English Premier League this weekend.

Chelsea will engage Crystal Palace on Saturday at the Selhurst Park, with the hopes of bouncing back to winning ways.

Aubamayeng joined the English giants in the summer transfer window from Barcelona, having spent only a season in La Liga.

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Sports Brief also reported how former Chelsea captain John Terry has paid touching tribute to his former teammate John Obi Mikel who recently announced his retirement from football after 20 glorious years.

For the 11 years that John Obi Mikel spent in the Premier League with Chelsea, the former Super Eagles captain won titles with John Terry in what was an incredible career.

Mikel started his football career on the streets of Jos in Plateau State from where he moved to Pepsi Academy and also Plateau United before moving to Europe.

Source: SportsBrief.com