- Sylvester Igboun is a Nigerian player who is currently playing for Dynamo Moscow
- The 30-year-old has bought a new house for himself and family to celebrate Christmas
- Igboun has played six games for the Super Eagles of Nigeria since 2015
Nigerian footballer Sylvester Igboun who currently plays for Russian Premier League side, FC Dynamo Moscow, has bought himself a new mansion to celebrate Christmas.
Sylvester Igboun took to his official social media page to show the world his new mansion with a music background thanking God for blessing him to help his family.
Igboun is known for his blistering speed on the field for all the clubs he has played for and also in the national team which is the Super Eagles.
He made his international debut for Nigeria in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification game against Tanzania on September 5, 2015, replacing Moses Simon as a substitute in the 69th minute.
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Since then, Sylvester Igboun has played only six games for the Super Eagles of Nigeria and failed to score any goal.
So far this term in the Russian Premier League, Sylvester Igboun has played 11 games for Dynamo Moscow scoring only one goal.
Footballers are among the richest people in the world considering what many of them get on a weekly basis at their respective clubs.
The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Mikel Obi and other top professional footballers have big houses and cars thanks to football that has given them the chance to acquire wealth.
Meanwhile, Sylvester Igboun and his teammates at Dynamo Moscow are currently occupying sixth position on the Russian League table with 30 points after 19 games.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Super Eagles star, Samuel Chukwueze supported Abia state-based grassroots football club, Super Stars, with sporting equipment said to be worth millions of naira.
The Villarreal of Spain winger made the donation through his mother Sarah on Thursday, December 17, as part of his efforts to support grassroots football.
It was gathered that Chukwueze had played for the club at a tender age and according to the president of the academy Victor Apugo, the materials donated by the player are high grade, as he expresses gratitude to the gesture.
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