Iheanacho Grabs Second Pre-Season Goal For Leicester City Vs Valencia, Ndidi Also In Action

Iheanacho Grabs Second Pre-Season Goal For Leicester  City Vs Valencia, Ndidi Also In Action

By Adeboye Amosu

Super Eagles forward, Kelechi Iheanacho, scored on his second pre-season appearance for Leicester City who were held to a 1-1 draw by Spanish club, Valencia at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

Iheanacho opened scoring for the Foxes in the 11th minute.

The visitors rallied back seven minutes later and got the equaliser through Marko Parejo.

Iheanacho was also target for Claude Puel’s men in their previous friendly against Italian side, Udinese which they lost 2-1.

His international teammate, Wilfred Ndidi was also on from the start in the game.

The third Nigerian at the club, Ahmed Musa was not dressed for the game.

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  • Why is musa wasting away with a team that wont use him, an average team by PL standard.

    • PeePee 2 years ago

      Already sold to Al Nassr FC, a Saudi Arabian club. He is just awaiting confirmation of the deal.

      • Greenturf 2 years ago

        I read that too and was disappointed.
        When a African footballer is doing well and you are expecting a top team from Europe to come for him not a rich Asian team.
        So how can we compete with the best in the world when our finest footballers ends up in obscure leagues in Asia and thats not good for our development.
        Apparently,this teams knows Africans love money and will lure them with huge and tempting sums which they won’t have a choice to trade for their careers. What a shame.
        Until we start getting further than we did in our previous world cup tournaments this huge European teams would hardly invest on our players rather suitors from Asia would come with tempting fees and trade our bests for cash what a shame.Sadly so.Gutted.
        I am indeed gutted.
        God bless Nigeria.

        • Paschal 2 years ago

          You are very right. I remember Ronaldinho once complained tbat Jay Jay was always talking about money. He was only open to any club that will pay higher than PSG even if that club is in Afghanistan. And Ronaldinho was of the opinion that the best thing is to first develop yourself as a footballer then big clubs will come for you and pay huge sums. As we can see, that worked for Ronaldinho. We should soft pedal on this whole idea of money all the time.

  • Presh 2 years ago

    Even if Musa want to leave why Saudi Arabia? I know money is also the reason,look at Ronaldo,look at Mo.Salah,look.at Messi,even look at Mike l he lasted 10years before China,but Ahmed still so young.

  • Presh 2 years ago

    If he ends up in Saudi he shouldn’t be allowed to play for Super Eagles,the standard there is so poor. That’s it.see ighalo shit,Mike l was good cos of his pedigree.

  • Annasco 2 years ago

    He should be away from kingpower bcouse he can’t adjust the situation.

  • Bomboy 2 years ago

    Musa can go and play in India. He will still be invited by Mr. Rohr. Remember that the man lacks creativity. He will stick to the players that qualified us for the last world cup.