- Kelechi Iheanacho is spotted asking his teammates who wants to buy the FA Cup trophy after they beat Chelsea to the title
- Ndidi later went on to ask his teammate how much it will cost to purchase the trophy with Iheanacho replying: "It is expensive, N10billion euros"
- Iheanacho and Ndidi joins Amokachi, Babayaro, Kanu, Utaka, Mikel, Iwobi, and Victor Moses on the list of Nigerian players who have lifted the English FA Cup trophy
Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi have continued to celebrate their first FA Cup title with Leicester City after beating Chelsea 1-0 in the final of the competition.
The Foxes’ long wait for an FA Cup trophy came to an end on Saturday, May 15, after a screamer from Youri Tielemans proved unstoppable for Chelsea’s goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and eventually became the match winner.
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After the win, Leicester City stars took to dressing room to celebrate with Iheanacho and Ndidi leading the celebration.
They made their teammates dance to Dr Sid's song 'Over The Moon' released in 2010.
An elated Sid who spotted the video published it on his verified Instagram page while congratulating the Nigerian football players in the team.
The singer shared the video of Ndidi going live on social media while his teammates and managers sing and dance excitedly to the song.
Shortly after that, Iheanacho could be seen with the base of the trophy as he jokingly asked if any of his teammates will be interested in buying it.
While 'hawking' the trophy, Iheanacho is heard saying: "Who wan buy FA Cup trophy?" as Ndidi could be heard laughing in the background.
Ndidi later went on to ask his teammate how much it will cost to purchase the trophy as Iheanacho replied: "It is expensive, N10billion euros," with a smirk.
Kelechi Iheanacho, Wilfred Ndidi Make Team Dance to Dr Sid's Song After Leicester City's Win Over Chelsea
Earlier, Legit.ng reports that Leicester City have emerged champions of the 2020/2021 English FA Cup following a 1-0 win over Chelsea on Saturday evening, May 15.
The Foxes denied Thomas Tuchel his first title since the manager joined the Stamford Bridge outfit and fans of the club will be disappointed.
As expected, the encounter lived up to its pre-match razzmatazz as they matched each other in almost all departments during the entire fixture.
Yoouri Tielemans' lone strike in the 63rd minute was enough to hand Leicester the FA Cup title.
Nigerian stars Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi are now proud winners of the coveted trophy.