According to the report from the Nigeria Football Federation NFF official Twitter handle, Super Eagles of Nigeria most in-form Striker Paul Ebere Onuachu has been called up to replace Nantes football club of France dazzler Moses Simon, who has been ruledout of the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against the Republic of Benin and Lesotho national teams next week.
The Racing Genk football club of Belgium star who has been firing from all cylinders since the beginning of the season was placed on standby by coach Gernot Rohr, but he has been formally invited after Moses Simon was blocked from linking up with the rest of the Nigerian squad due to traveling restrictions to non-european countries.
Paul Onuachu has presently scored the total number of 27 goals in 2020/2021 season in all competitions for Racing Genk football club of Belgium, but he has never replicate the same form with Nigeria national team, and that's one of the reasons he was placed on standby.
The former FC Midtjylland football club of Denmark Striker will now be ready to justify his national team invitation by helping the team to book their spot in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.
Nigeria Super Eagles will travel to Porto-Novo to play Benin Republic on the 27th of March, before welcoming Lesotho national team to Lagos on the 30th of this same month in the last game of the qualifiers.
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