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Zaha: Eze Quality, Tricky Player 

Zaha: Eze Quality, Tricky Player 

Wilfried Zaha has hailed Eberechi Eze describing him as a quality and tricky player following his impressive performance in Crystal Palace win against West Bromwich Albion.

Eze set up Zaha’s second goal as Palace trounced West Brom 5-1 at the Hawthorne.

It was a return to action for Zaha who marked it with a brace.

And commenting on Eze’s display Zaha said”[Eze] is a quality player, he literally glides through people. It’s nice [having] someone on your wavelength and that’s a tricky player as well because I know half of the stuff he’s going to do so I just position myself to get the ball. It’s been a joy.”

Reflecting on his return to action Zaha said: “I’m very happy, man. I’m always happy when the team’s winning and obviously I can add some goals as well. A good day in all.

“Obviously it wasn’t nice staying at home away from the team, especially those two games I feel I could have helped. But I’m buzzing to be back and the team’s winning – that’s all I care about!”

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  • Nnamdi 6 months ago

    It is right time to go pasuade EBERECHI EZE to play for the super eagles that’s our new found Austin Okocha we cannot afford to loose him the best african player at the moment

    • @Nnamdi.

      I guest u have not read Eze’s last comment about his international career where he said that he prefer playing for U20 now rather than SE.
      Just imagine…..

      Even if Eze don’t want to play for SE, he shouldn’t have made such shamful comparison of prefering England U21 to SE.

      So the likes of OSIMHEN, CHUKWUEZE, SANUSI et all playing for SE are not better than players in England U21.

      Infact i see it as embarrasment to our icons like OKOCHA, KANU, OSAZE, et all.

      Ali, Barkley, Saka and even Tomori went ahead and played for their adopted country without condeming or downgrading their origin…. But this one have to sound trumpet.

      No wahala shar….
      I can’t blame him….
      I blame “NDI INVITE”…..

      We’ve enough players, why must we be begging an average little boy that perform best against average teams.

      A player like LOOKMAN ADEMOLA is the real deal…. He plays confidently with both legs…. He does it both against tough opponent and average teams….
      Se the way he played against MAN.CITY.