- Emmanuel Emenike is rooting for the Super Eagles to defeat Liberia in the World Cup qualifying opener against Liberia
- Nigeria host the Lone stars at the Teslim Balogun Stadium as both teams begin their quest for World Cup qualification
- Emenike who inspired Nigeria to the 2013 AFCON title stepped out in style flaunting his mansion and Mercedes Benz G-Class
Former Super Eagles striker Emmanuel Emenike stepped out in style in his support for the Nigerian team as they begin their quest for 2022 World Cup qualification against Liberia.
The Nigerian national team face the Lone Stars of Liberia on Friday, September 3 at the Teslim Balogin Stadium in Lagos in their opening qualifying fixture.
Hours before the showdown, Emenike posted a picture of himself right in front of his multi-million naira mansion expressing his support for the team as sighted on Instagram.
Clad in shorts and black top, the star posed for a picture and also showing off his Mercedes-Benz G 550 worth $131,750 (about N54million).
Cars US News reports that this vehicle is well-rounded, with a coddling ride, lavish cabin materials, a high-tech infotainment system, and spacious seats. It has brutish V8 engines, especially in the powerful AMG trim.
It’s also a very capable off-roader, tackling trails, rocks, and water with ease. Just keep an eye on its staggering price tag.
Emenike himself played as Nigeria’s front man between 2011 and 2015 featuring in 37 matches and scoring 9 goals.
He inspired Nigeria to her third AFCON title in 2013 under the tutelage of Stephen Keshi as he emerged the highest goal scorer of the tournament.
Liberia coach says Eagles are beatable
Meanwhile, coach of the Lone Stars of Liberia Peter Butler has disclosed that his side can spring surprises when they face the Super Eagles of Nigeria at the Teslim Balogun Stadium,.
Nigeria host Liberia as both countries begin their quest for qualification to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
The Eagles have been tipped to win the encounter, but coach of the Lone Stars Peter Butler believes that the Nigerian football team can be beaten.
Taiye Taiwo recalls live in Lagos
Legit.ng earlier reported that former Nigerian defender Taiye Taiwo recalls life in secondary school in the Alimosho area of Lagos state while grooving to popular Fuji artist Pasuma.
The 36-year-old who was the third-best player at the 2005 FIFA U-20 World Cup in the Netherlands was all smiles miming and making dance moves to the song.
Taiwo got pumped up as the artist hailed the 'Centre of Excellence' where he got his primary and secondary schools education.
Source: Sports Brief News