Everton football club of England dazzler Alex Iwobi has reacted after being linked up with the rest of Nigeria Super Eagles stars in Eko Hotel Camp in Lagos Nigeria, ahead of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Benin Republic and Lesotho national team which is set to be played in few days time.
The former Arsenal football club of England star was among the 8 foreign players that arrived the Eko Hotel Camp on Monday night, and he has posted on his verified Instagram handle to show his fans across the globe that he's back to his fatherland ahead of the qualifiers.
Despite the fact that the Super Eagles needs only a point to book their spot in 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, many foreign players have been invited by coach Gernot Rohr in order to make it easier for them.
Alex Iwobi was a second half Substitute as Carlo Ancelotti led Everton FC were defeated 2-0 by Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, to Knockout the Blues out of this season's Emirates FA Cup, and the Midfielder has now arrived his fatherland to help the country book their spot in Africa Cup of Nations that will take place in Cameroon later this year.
Reacting after arriving Nigeria, Alex Iwobi posted on his verified Instagram handle with the caption of 🤟🏿🍬🇳🇬.
Reacting to Alex Iwobi's post after arriving Nigeria, Samuel Chukwueze and fans reacted by commenting to his post.
Alex Iwobi and other players have already had their training session in the morning at Eko Hotel, and they'll be looking forward to continuing in the evening for another training session.
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