Kelechi Iheanacho has been in great form for Leicester City since the beginning of 2021, after facing some tough time settling into English football where he made his debut with Manchester City in the league.
Kelechi Iheanacho who is also known as Seniorman has come up with great performances this year, scoring 14 goals in his last 14 games, after he had a slow start at Leicester City. It took the Nigerian attacker few minutes into the second half against Crystal Palace to make his mark on the game, as he assisted young right back Castangne to score the equalizer for the Foxes.
Kelechi Iheanacho settled the game on the 80th minute after he collected a well weighted pass from Johnny Evans and rounded Crystal Palace defenders before powering home what came out to be the winner.
Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi who are Nigeria National team players in their jovial manner were heading into training this morning when Ndidi asked Kelechi when he'll 'cut soap' for him, which is just a jovial phrase that is reigning in Nigeria, Kelechi replied that he doesn't use soap again, now he uses shower gel, and promised to give small to Ndidi.
You can watch the video when you click here. It has been a good run for the Super Eagles Star and a nice relationship with fellow Nigerian Ndidi, and we wish them best of luck as they prepare to face Chelsea football club in the FA cup final.
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