Football has been known to be a game of love and passion but when it comes to dressing after the game, very few are seen lacking in terms of swag. Speaking of swag Nigerian footballers are never seen lacking as the never fail to impress on various occasions.
Meet Ahmed Musa who once played for Leicester City happens to be a master mind when it comes to dressing. Back in the world cup, Ahmed Musa broke record as he became the first Nigerian player to score more than one goal in the tournament after he scored two goals against Iceland.
Wilfred Ndidi on the other side who currently plays for Leicester City (same club Musa left) happens to be a more consistent player on the squad and currently has over 100 club appearances. Off the pitch, Ndidi is also a top notch when it comes to dressing.
Who do you think is a better dresser?
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