Prague - Sparta Praha of Czech Republic forward Kehinde
Fatai further enhanced his credentials as Nigeria’s hottest striker in Europe,
with a goal in his team 2-2 draw with Schalke 04 in the Europa League.
The goal was his second in the tournament and his seventh
overall this season, after netting 5 times in the league.
25 year old Fatai was stopped by FIFA from representing
Romania, as even though he has the country's passport he wasn't eligible for
them when he played for the junior team of Nigeria.
Also read: Amos Adamu faces FIFA sanction again
The former JUTH FC of Jos forward has however been snubbed
by Nigeria even though his goals per game ratio is far better than some
players, who have played in the Super Eagles in the years under review.
However there is hope he might be handed a call up by new
Super Eagles coach Sunday Oliseh, with reports indicating he is under the
watchful eye of the coach in a view to being included in Nigeria's next
Since moving to Europe in 2008 the dark skinned forward has
scored 48 goals in the domestic league he has played in which includes Romania,
Belgium and now Czech Republic.
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