Two in-form Nigerian players Gift Orban Emmanuel and Victor Osimhen have made history in European competitions on Wednesday, following their outstanding performances for their clubs against their opponents.
Gift Orban Emmanuel was the hero for Gent football club of Belgium on Wednesday night, as he scored a three-minute hat-trick in their remarkable 4-1 away victory over Istanbul Basaksehir football club of Turkey in the UEFA Europa Conference League.
The 20-year-old has been superb for the club since joining them in January transfer window, and he has been able to score many goals for the club in all competitions.
Gift Orban scored his first goal of the game against Istanbul Basaksehir football club in the 31st minute and he scored his second goal in the 32nd minute before he completed his hat-trick in the 34th minute.
With Gift Orban Emmanuel's hat-trick against Istanbul Basaksehir football club, it means he has become the fastest player in history to score a hat-trick in the UEFA competitions.
Victor Osimhen was also impressive for Napoli football club against Eintracht Frankfurt football club of Germany on Wednesday night, and he was able to score a brace for the club in the game.
The brace against Eintracht Frankfurt football club has now taken Victor Osimhen's total number of goals to 23 in all competitions this season.
Victor Osimhen has now become the first Nigerian player in history to score a brace in the UEFA Champions League Knockout game, and he is also the first Napoli football club player to score in the both legs of the UEFA Champions League.
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