Nigerian coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, says the performances of the trio of Victor Osimhen, Samuel Chukwueze and Kelechi Nwakali in helping Nigeria win her fifth FIFA U-17 World Cup in Chile five years ago and their progress till date is a reflection of the hard work he and assistants did in discovering players and putting the winning-team together, Completesports.com reports.
Amuneke who is the Sporting Director of Egyptian Premier League side, Misr El Makkasa, told Complete Sports that the incredible run of the players for their respective clubs in Europe and the Nigeria National team, Super Eagles, speaks volume of talents that the country is blessed with.
At the 2015 FIFA U17 tournament in Chile, Osimhen emerged the top scorer with 10 goals, setting a FIFA record as the first player to score in all matches of the tournament, a record earlier held only by Frenchman, Sinama Pongollo.
Nwakali, who captained the Nigerian team on that occasion, was voted as Most Valuable…
Source: Complete Sports