Nigerian Player Sings 2face’s Popular Song Perfectly As Super Eagles Induct 2 Stars in Stunning Video

Nigerian Player Sings 2face’s Popular Song Perfectly As Super Eagles Induct 2 Stars in Stunning Video

- Anayo Iwuala and John Noble have been officially inducted into the Super Eagles in Austria in a big ceremony

- Super Eagles are currently in Austria where they will play two friendly games against African giants Cameroon

- Gernot Rohr and his men are preparing for the coming World Cup qualifiers with the aim of doing well

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Goalkeeper John Noble and forward Anayo Iwuala of Enyimba have both been inducted into the Super Eagles family on Wednesday night, June 2, in a glorious ceremony.

Gernot Rohr and his Super Eagles players are currently in Vietnam where they are preparing to face Cameroon in two friendly games which are expected to be tough.

Cameroon and the Super Eagles of Nigeria have been long term rivals as far as African football is concerned.

While having dinner in their hotel, Ahmed Musa who is the captain of the Super Eagles called the two players forward asking them to introduce themselves and sing for their teammates.

John Noble who has been impressive this season for Enyimba was the first to come out on the stage and he was in joyous momentum while singing worship song praising his creator.

According to the video posted by the Super Eagles, Anayo Iwuala also stepped out and after he introduced himself, he began to sing 2Baba's popular hit song African Queen.

His teammates who were watching later joined him in signing the music in what was a great joyous momentum in the Super Eagles camp.

Anayo has played two games so far for the Super Eagles and it was against Benin and Lesotho in 2021 African Cup of Nations qualifiers.

Gernot Rohr and Yobo.
Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr and assistant Yobo in action. Photo: Osodi
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Earlier, had reported how Belgian-based Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu is the latest player to arrive at the Super Eagles camp in Austria for the international friendly game against Cameroon.

The 27-year-old prolific goalscorer lifted the number of players available for the match to 20 with a few more expected before the encounter.

Sources close to the team reveals that the player will partake in the training on Wednesday, June 2nd.

Kano Pillars winger Ahmed Musa landed at the base camp earlier today and linked up with his colleagues in training almost immediately.

With most of the invited players already in camp, Gernot Rohr will get his team ready for their first test game against the Indomitable Lions at the Stadion Weiner Neustadt on Friday, June 4.