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After Nigeria Midfielder Stars Against Chelsea Today, See 2 Changes Gernot Rohr May Make To His Team

Today, we saw one of Nigeria's star players in action against Chelsea as he stared in the match. The name of the Nigeria player is Onyeka, and he plays for newly promoted Premier League team Brentford.

In Brentford match against Chelsea today, Onyeka stared in the game as his work rate on the pitch was superb. Despite his side lost to Chelsea 1-0, the midfielder was one of the brightest players on the pitch as he gave a decent performance.

Following Onyeka's excellent display in the Premier League today, check out 2 changes Gernot Rohr may make to his team.

1) Gernot Rohr May Start Using Him As An Attacking Midfielder

The first change Gernot Rohr may make to his Nigeria team is to start using the Brentford player as an attacking midfielder. The Nigeria head coach may start using the midfielder as an attacking midfielder due to his pace and agility.

The Brentford midfielder gameplay against Chelsea was very good as he made a couple of runs against his oppositions. Apart from his pace and agility, the midfield player also showed his excellent passing ability as he had 87% pass accuracy today.

With his stats in the match against Chelsea today, Gernot Rohr may consider making some changes which may see Onyeka play the attacking midfield role.

2) Combining The Midfielder With Ndidi

The second change that Nigeria head coach make apply to the Nigeria team after Onyeka performed well today may likely be the pairing of the Brentford player with Wilfred Ndidi.

With Onyeka's performance today, both players would form a formidable partnership at the heart of Nigeria's midfield. The combination of the 2 players would make the defense stronger as they would provide support to the central defenders.

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