- Kelechi Iheanacho was spotted in Leicester City's dressing room teaching and vibing to Sir Shina Peters' hit album 'Shinamania'
- One of the coaching staff was also seen dancing to the song as he followed the lead of the Nigerian international striker
- Leicester made it through to the 5th Round of the FA Cup following the 3-1 win over Brentford
Kelechi Iheanacho surprisingly teaches a member of Leicester City's coaching crew how to dance to a song composed by the legendary Nigerian juju artist Shina Peters.
After the Foxes qualified into the 5th Round of the FA Cup following the 3-1 win over Championship side Brentford, Iheanacho was spotted in the locker room celebrating the win.
Leicester trailed the game at half-time but came back stronger in the second scoring three goals through Cengiz Under, Youri Telimens and James Maddison.
In a video clip posted on Twitter, one of Leicester's coaching crew members was spotted digging it with Sir Shina Peters' hit song 'Shinamania' released in the late '80s.
Iheanacho was sitting in the changing room while following the lead of the Leicester City backroom staff who seemed to vibe to the legendary afrojuju star's first hit album.
The unnamed coach sat down while having a feel of the song, the Nigerian striker on his seat was shaking all parts of the body to vibe Shina Peters song that was released even before he was born.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Jamie Vardy's relationship with his Nigerian teammates at Leicester City has had a positive effect on his pidgin language.
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The England striker scored the winner against Sheffield United at Bramall Lane to maintain their top-five status in the Premier League.
However, while the Englishman was celebrating he slid through the corner flag which got broken because it was made of plastic.
Legit.ng also reported that Nigeria is a country blessed with talents in football and over the years, any team fielded by the green and white nation commands lots of respect in competitions they play in.
Many players have represented Nigeria from the junior level before graduating to become top stars in the senior national team.
Source: Legit Newspaper