Super Eagles of Nigeria star Olaoluwa Aina has showered praise on his compatriot Josh Maja, after the youngster netted a brace for Scott Parker led Fulham football club on Sunday night in his first start for the club, just few days after joining them on a short loan deal from French Ligue 1 giants Girondis Bordeaux FC.
The Nigerian international made his debut for the English Premier League new comer few days ago, as he came from the bench towards the end of the match, but he was given a starting role by coach Scott Parker ahead of Ivan Cavaleiro, and he was able to impress, as he scored two fine goals to give his side a victory over Carlo Ancelotti's Everton football club.
Super Eagles star Josh Maja opened scoring for the away team in the 48th minutes with a beautiful finish, after receiving a fine cross from his compatriot Ola Aina, and the Nigerian international completed his brace in the 65th minutes with another fine goal, as the match ended 2-0 in favour of Scott Parker's team.
Ola Aina and Josh Maja were outstanding for the visitors in the game, and the Nigerian duo were able to marked their impressive performance with Goals and assist.
With Josh Maja's brace, he became the second young player to score on his first start for the club, and he also becomes the fifth Nigerian player to score on their English Premier League first start.
Reacting after Josh Maja set a new record in the English Premier League, in Fulham's away victory over Everton FC at Goodison Park, Ola Aina posted on his verified Instagram handle that;
"Majic Maja (Josh Maja) so happy for you my guy. Buzzing for the team, we keep working Fulham football club."
Photos posted by Ola Aina
Reacting to Ola Aina's statement on Josh Maja after the 22 years old sets a new record, Chelsea star Tammy Abraham, Fikayo Tomori, Solanke and fans reacted by commenting to praise the duo.
Ola Aina and Josh Maja will now be looking forward to continuing their impressive performance for Scott Parker led Fulham FC, when they play their next game in few days time.
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