Super Eagles and Leganes defenders Kenneth Omeruo, Chidozie Awaziem took time off from preparation for this weekend’s La Liga home fixture against Levante to show off their latest automobiles.
The pair, who are expected to join the Super Eagles for next weekend’s international friendly against Brazil’s Selecao in Singapore, after this weekend's matches were spotted together in an image uploaded by Chidozie on Instagram with a shot message. “God over everything.”
Interestingly, Omeruo’s 2019 AMG GLE Coupe from Mercedes is valued at about N30m ($82,500), with a sporty appearance that blends luxury with driving dynamics.
On the other hand, Awaziem Porsche is presently valued at about N17m ($47800), for the exclusive automobile that is all-wheel drive with a bias toward the rear, and uses Porsche's race-bred 7-speed dual-clutch automatic manual transmission.
Meanwhile, Leganés Mauricio Pellegrino is backing Omeruo and teammates to put at better show against Levante on Saturday, October 5 at their home ground in Butarque.
Leganés are presently placed last in the La Liga log after seven matches , but the Argentine manager believes they can still turn their season around despite the poor start.
“We are focused on the game. I see my boys well, we have worked with a lot of mentality for this match.
“We need an urgent, fast reaction and we have to prove it on the field. Now, sometimes you play very good games you end up losing. But what we need is to return to last year’s form, to be consistent throughout the season,” Mauricio told journalist ahead of the game.
Legit.ng reported earlier that Victor Osimhen has continued to receive applauds for his decent performances since joining Lille during the summer transfer window and on Wednesday night, October 2, Chelsea battled hard to keep the youngster silent in the second half during their Champions League clash.
Tammy Abraham netted the first goal of the match after 22 minutes, but Osimhen ensured both teams went into the break on level terms, with scores at Lille 1-1 Chelsea.
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