- Nigeria’s Super Eagles goalkeeper, Nwabali, has thanked the millions of people rooting for him during the AFCON games
- The goalkeeper was one of the major instruments that made Nigeria's team to qualify for the AFCON finals
- Netizens have continued to show their support and appreciation for the goalkeeper in the comments section of the video
Super Eagles and Chippa United FC goalkeeper, Stanley Nwabali, has been appreciated everyone who made Nigeria's win possible.
Nwabali thanks supporters for making Nigeria's win possible
The goalkeeper saved two penalty kicks to win against South Africa on Tuesday night.
While making his speech, he thanked Nigerians, his management, and his coaches.
In his words:
“I really appreciate millions of Nigerians supporting me, I wanted to make them happy. I saw give God the glory and honour. It has been a good team performance throughout this tournament. I really appreciate the management and coaches. These guys have really guided me a lot throughout this tournament, and I feel so happy.”
Netizens drum support for Nwabali
Netizens showed their support and appreciation for the goalkeeper for his impressive display.
“THIS GUY IS A PURE REPLICA OF FORMER SUPER EAGLE'S GOALKEEPER @vincentenyeama001.”
“Drop some hearts for this guy.”
"I didn't know this was how he speaks."
“No worry bro better football club Awaits you, you are now trending and famous Dem go dey rush you now.”
“Tonight's Victory Suppose even Collect Grammy Award, The Super Eagles has Successfully Downgraded The Bafana Bafana To Banana Banana.”
"First time hearing his voice he has Igbotic accent like me."
“We know no expect it but God made it happen.”
“Bro we love you and we are proud of you.”
“Man of the match.”
“God bless you NWA- BALL.”
“We love you more, you made us proud.”
Man correctly predicts 7 AFCON matches
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man became famous after correctly predicting seven rounds of 16 games in the ongoing African Cup of Nations (AFCON). The man, Amadu Raheem Komba Gbandeh, said on Facebook that he had told people what would happen, and they never believed him.
In his predictions dropped before the matches were played, Amadu said Guinea would beat Equatorial Guinea and that Senegal would lose on penalties to Ivory Coast, and all he said came to pass. Amadu also said that Mali would beat Burkina Faso and DR. Congo would triumph over Egypt, and these also happened.
His prediction about Nigeria beating Cameroon also came to pass, and the same thing happened in the game between Cape Verde and Mauritania. However, Amadu's prediction about the game between South Africa and Morroco failed as the former trashed the latter with two goals to nothing.
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