We could recall that about a week Ago, Kelechi iheanacho was the star of the moment for Leicester City after hitting two goals against Manchester United, sending the foxes into the FA Cup Semis after 39 years and sending the red devils out of the Competition.
Iheanacho has been in Great goal scoring form for Leicester city in recent weeks as he even bagged a hattrick against Sheffield United in the premier League about 2 weeks ago. His fellow Compatriot, Wilfred Ndidi is no doubt a Midfield General whose impact on the pitch is felt on every match days.
To crown the effort of the two Nigerians, a Leicester City Based crisp maker known as Walkers has decided to launch a snack named "Iheanachos" with an inscription "Will you love them? Yes Ndidi! " written underneath the main name of the Chips.￼
According to reports, the Newly produced Chips would be in store before the game against Southampton on the 18th of April 2021.
Further more, each Multipack of the chips would contain nine bags which is as a way of remembering the 9-0 defeat Southampton suffered at the hands of Leicester in 2019.
This is really a commendable way of recognising Kelechi Iheanacho's superb goal scoring form.
There is a reason why we call him "Senior Man Kels"
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