There are so many Nigerians football stars who play in the English Premier League. For instance, the likes of Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho have been playing in England for more than three years now. Wilfred Ndidi has been in fantastic form since the beginning of the current campaign. However, he has not recorded any goal so far this season. Let us take a look at some Nigerian stars who have scored or provided an assist in the English Premier League this season.
1. Emmanuel Bonaventure
The Nigerian striker has made three appearances for Watford in the English Premier League this season. He has already registered two goals in the English domestic league this campaign. This is why he is regarded as one of the most prolific strikers in African football.
2. Alex Iwobi
He has been in sensational form since he left Arsenal a few years ago. However, he has not scored any goal in the English Premier League this season. It is important to note that he provided an assist for Abdoulaye Doucoure against Southampton a few weeks ago.
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