FIFA U17 WWC: Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa Splashes Staggering Amount on Flamingos

FIFA U17 WWC: Super Eagles Captain Ahmed Musa Splashes Staggering Amount on Flamingos

  • Ahmed Musa has announced that N3million is waiting at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport for the Flamingos
  • The Super Eagles captain has rewarded the team following their feat at the 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup
  • The impressive Flamingos made history after defeating Germany to claim bronze at the competition

The captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria, Ahmed Musa has announced a reward of N3million to the Flamingos, following their historic feat at the 2022 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup.

Against all odds, Flamingos finished third, defeating Germany in the third-place play-off to claim bronze on Sunday afternoon.

The Flamingos surrendered a 3-0 lead in the game as it ended 3-3 at full time, with penalties needed to determine the winners.

Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles, Flamingos
Nigeria's Flamingos claimed bronze at the FIFA U17 WWC after defeating Germany in the third place play-off. Photo: @NGSuper_Falcons
Source: UGC

Nigeria then edged out the Germans 3-2 via spot-kicks to earn their best finish in the competition's history.

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Earlier in the competition, Nigeria had qualified from their group and then defeated the USA in the quarter-final of the competition on penalties.

However, they lost to Colombia in the semis to set up a third-place play-off against their counterparts from Germany.

Having won bronze, Musa announced that the sum of N3million is waiting for the girls as soon as they arrive in Abuja.

"N3million waiting for Flamingos in Abuja. Congratulations."

Musa disclosed that it is important to support the ladies and he further urged the Flamingos to continue making Nigeria proud.

Musa rewards Nigeria U23 team

Meanwhile, the Sivasspor of Turkey forward earlier promised Nigeria's Under-23 team N500K per goal in their match against Tanzania.

Both teams faced off in the second round of the U23 AFCON qualifier at the Adamasingba Stadium in Ibadan on Saturday, October 29.

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Musa promised half a million Naira per goal and the Nigeria boys won the encounter 2-0 and in style.

Musa names newly-constructed school after late parents

Sports Brief earlier reported that Ahmed Musa has narrated why he rebuilt a school in Jos and renamed the ultra-modern educational facility after his parents.

The 30-year-old forward shared social media photos showing the beautiful facility and well-furnished classrooms.

He disclosed that he wanted the poor also to enjoy state-of-the-art educational facilities just as much as the rich.

Source: Sports Brief News