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Nigerian star sets new record in Canadian League.

The Nigeria-star has set a straight record in the Canadian League by scoring treble for Toronto's FC in the match against Montreal's FC.

Ayo Akinola happened to be the very first Red-man to have at least score twice in successive MLS ties.

The player did this in an encounter of Toronto FC against Montreal FC which resulted in 4-3 on Friday in the league game.

The 20year old player has been in good form haven't score twice also in 2-2 draw against DC united progress from there making Thierry Henry men's silent in the seven goals thriller.

However, considering the performance of the player scoring five goals in two matches, will afford him the opportunity to be at Frontline in an encounter with New England Revolution.

The Nigeria-youngster was born in January 20, 2000 in Detroit is qualify to participate for the Super Eagles, the Canadian and American Senior National team.

The Nigeria Football Federation has reached out to the player to kindly switch his oath to fatherland, which he reiterated that he will make his choice as time later.

The MLS is one month world cup championship league launched by Major Soccer League to celebrate the league return to action after being put on hold as a result of Coronavirus.

The player has been receiving encomiums for being the first Nigeria player to hit hat-trick in the in the major league soccer in history on Canadian League.

Let us keep our fingers crossed as the whole process unfold.

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