Sunday, 1 November 2015

Una never play nah: Ighalo fires warning to Swaziland


Nigeria forward Odion Ighalo was in superb form as he struck twice in Watford’s 2-0 defeat of West Ham United at Vicarage Road.

A moment of carelessness by the Hammers saw Ighalo open scoring for the Hornets in the 39th minute after Nathan Ake had sent a low cross to him.
Three minutes after the break, he doubled the lead after evading James Tomkins to pick up Ikechi Anya's cross and fire past Adrian from just inside the penalty area.
Although he was substituted in the 86th minute by Adlene Guedioura, that did not hinder his side from picking maximum points at home and also move to the ninth position on the English Premier League log.
With this awe-inspiring of Ighalo, Swaziland defenders will definitely have a lot to do to stop him when the Super Eagles visit Sihlangu in the first leg, second round 2018 World Cup qualifier on November 13.
The former Granada goal poacher will be recalled was on target in Nigeria’s 3-0 defeat of Cameroon in an international friendly played at the Edmond Machtens-Stadium. Brussels.
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