- Maduka Okoye was spotted singing Davido and Mayorkun's song 'The Best'
- The Super Eagles goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in the slim win over Benin
- The 21-year-old made his fifth appearance in goal since his debut in 2019
It was celebration galore for Nigerians after the Super Eagles narrowly defeated Benin by a lone goal in an AFCON qualifier to cement their status as winners in Group L, Twitter.
The three-time African champions had already booked their place in the AFCON 2022 tournament slated for Cameroon.
Maduka Okoye who kept a clean sheet in the game on his fifth cap for the national team showed he is an authentic Nigerian.
Gernot Rohr sends big message to Nigerians after Super Eagles' win over Benin as they qualify for 2022 AFCON
The 21-year-old shot-stopper sang Davido's hit song 'The Best' which featured Mayorkun while he was cruising on a boat back to the shores of the country after the win over the Squirrels.
The Sparta Rotterdam keeper also showed some cool steps on his seat while vibing to the song.
Okoye made his international debut for Nigeria in a friendly game against Brazil in October 2019, and has since kept his place in Gernot Rohr's side as the number one.
He made a few clever saves in the game against Benin which kept Nigeria in the game before the late winner scored by Paul Onuachu.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Benin and Nigeria have a rich historical background and the two nations share the same similar cultures due to their nearness to each other.
Being the economic giants of Africa and superpower in football, Benin have everything to play for against the Nigerian side.
The Francophone nation and the West African giants are set to clash in an AFCON 2022 qualifier in the small town of Port Novo.
In a video clip circulating on social media, Benin players were singing the popular Yoruba Christian music 'Kabiyesi o' which is a song used in praising God.
Legit.ng also reported that The much-anticipated AFCON 2022 qualifiers may have suffered a huge setback as reports claim that two Benin players have tested positive for coronavirus.
Renowned sports journalist Charles Anazodo made the revelation on his official Twitter handle as he said:
"Reports from Cotonou says two Benin Republic players have tested positive to Covid-19."