In some hours' time—precisely, 6:30pm Nigerian time, Leicester City will lock horns with Southampton as they battle for a place in this year’s English FA Cup final. The winner of this crunchy tie will face already-qualified Chelsea.
Ahead of their Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final encounter, Leicester City has designed a ‘Spider-Man’ photo for the Nigerian international, Kelechi Iheanacho, also known as “Seniorman”.
The club shared this beautiful photo of Iheanacho on their social media platforms, and this has got Leicester City’s fans all over the world more excited about the fixture.
- The image
Iheanacho scored twice against Manchester United in the previous round to help his team reach their first FA Cup semi-final since 1982. He has netted nine times in his last six appearances for the Foxes.
Seniorman is currently the highest-scoring African player in the competition’s history; he has scored 11 goals in 18 FA Cup games. Leicester City fans will be hoping the Nigerian striker will score another today.
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