Abuja - Nigeria
midfielder Anderson Esiti has described as a good feeling, his first start for
the Super Eagles.
21-year debuted and started for the former African champions as they began
their qualifying campaign for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations and was commanding
in the Super Eagles midfield says he felt good when he was told he would start
was a good feeling,” he says, “Coming here for the first time and starting the
game definitely made me feel good and was definitely something to be proud of.
am proud to be a Nigerian and I am proud to be playing for my country,” he
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further, the Estoril of Portugal midfielder also told News24 that he has come
to stay in the Super Eagles.
want to believe I have come to stay, yes,” he said, “I want to play more games
for the team and I hope the coach gives me a call more often because I want to
come here and show what I can do.
“I hope the
way I played on Saturday will make the coaches give me more opportunities to
play for Nigeria because I’m really happy to represent my fatherland,” he