Nigerians commend Mikel Obi for his impressive display


    Nigerians commend Mikel Obi over impressive display. Photo: NFF
    While he spends most of his time on bench at the Stamford Bridge, it appears Nigerian midfielder, John Mikel Obi still has a lot of game in him.
    The 28-year-old who recently welcomed a set of twins with his Russian girlfriend gave an impressive performance in Nigeria’s friendly matches against DR Congo and another superb display against the just concluded game against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon which has made him a trending topic on Twitter.
    Here are some of what the people are saying…

    Congratulations to the SE for that impressive performance. Mikel was particularly impressive.Hope they can give a better game against Egypt
    — Daniels Daniel (@Blueinheart) October 11, 2015

    Mikel was unreal in today’s game for Nigeria!! #playmaker — OscAr-link™ (@PedritoCFC) October 11, 2015

    LOL..trying to impress Mou? “@Das_Spiel_: Mikel divides opinions but last two games, what a performance!”
    — Charles (@V2d3r) October 11, 2015

    Rabiu Ibrahim can’t even fill Mikel’s Boot when he’s in d spirit to play…nd we hoping he is d next Jay Jay Dude is Sooo not ready — ABU-FATAH (@Tweetcubey) October 11, 2015

    Best I have seen Mikel play in a while. His skill set is better suited to playing further forward than he does for his club
    — Terfa Tilley-Gyado (@TerfaTG) October 11, 2015

    Succinct Lessons learnt from the Super Eagles two friendly games… Mikel = Still relevant Emenike = Bench Moses Simon = Revelation — Emmanuel Etim (@Emiearth) October 11, 2015

    Boss Mikel Obi I hope Mourinho is watching.
    — Mazi Ikokwu Chidozie (@shrinkchido) October 11, 2015

    Not sure how to rate Sylvester Igbohun’s game as Mikel Obi pretty much did all the work and made it really easy for the midfield. — radioactivist. (@debolaadebanjo) October 11, 2015

    Mikel is naturally the best player Nigeria has @ dis moment! Take it or leave it!!! #dropsmic
    — •sammy• (@Sammy_flexy) …Read More

    Source:: The NET