Nigeria’s four-goal legend in the 5-4 triumph of the U-23 group against Japan, Oghenekaro Etebo, has said his objective is to help the group win the gold instead of seeking after the most noteworthy goal scorer recompense.
Talking at the post match question and answer session, Etebo, who was given the match ball after the diversion, said, “Scoring every one of the objectives in this opposition and not winning the gold award would have added up to a misuse of exertion and that is not my objective.
“Yes, it is awesome to see my endeavors adding to the achievement of the group, yet in the event that it won’t lead us to the gold, then I don’t need it.”
Talking further, Etebo uncovered that the rousing component in the group is Mentor Siasia who has assumed the part of a father to the players even in times when they don’t trust they can do it, and included that the players are propelled to win for him.
Approaching Nigerians to keep on supporting them, the Portugal-based marksman said they were glad to put blesses the characteristics of Nigerians who they know were alert throughout the night to watch them play the Japanese.