One of the many joys of every parent is to watch their children succeed and break boundaries in any career path they chose to venture in this life, and for Jude Ighalo's mother, the joy on her face watching her son for the very time play in a live match knows no bound.
Jude Odion Ighalo is a professional Nigerian footballer playing for the Saudi Arabian club, Al Shabab. Before joining Al Shabab where he currently plays as a striker, Jude was a former Manchester United forward, a club he grew up supporting and dreams of playing for in the future. The 31-year-old, though signed to Manchester United on loan from the Chinese club, Shanghai Shenhua has also played for several other notable clubs including the Spanish side Granada (loan) the Italian side Udinese, Watford (loan) and so many others with outstanding stats and trophies to his credits.
However, In a new video the supersonic player shared on his Social Media showing off her mother watching him live and celebrating as he scores, Ighalo reveals that this is the first time in 16 years of his professional football career, his Mother who has been there for him through the thick and thin after his father died way back in 2016 was able to watch him play live In the Stadium. According to him, it's a dream come true and one of the happiest days of his life.
Watch the video here.
The lovely moment Ighalo's mother leaped for joy watching her son perform magic on the pitch.
This is a very lovely moment to behold.
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