Super Eagles star Victor Osimhen has become the first Nigerian player to score a brace in the UEFA Champions League Knockout stage, after scoring twice in Napoli football club's remarkable 3-0 victory over Eintracht Frankfurt football club at Stadio Diego Armando Maradona in Naples on Wednesday night.
The former LOSC Lille football club star has been superb for Napoli football club since the beginning of the season, and he was able to impress again on Wednesday night, as he scored twice in their convincing victory.
The Nigerian international was given another starting role by coach Luciano Spalletti after his brilliant display in their last game, and he was able to perform excellently again.
Victor Osimhen broke the deadlock for Napoli football club in the 45th minute after receiving an assist from Matteo Politano to end the first half of the game 1-0.
Osimhen doubled the lead for Napoli football club in the 53rd minute after receiving an assist from Giovanni Di Lorenzo before Piotr Zielinaki scored the last goal of the game in the 64th minute via a Penalty kick to end the match 3-0.
Victor Osimhen was fantastic for Napoli football club in the game and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a brace.
The two goals against Eintracht Frankfurt football club means Victor Osimhen has now become the first Nigerian player in history to score a brace in the Knockout stage of the UEFA Champions League.
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