Winner Karagomrok marks his milestone achievement in the national team colors by donating money to Granot Rohr’s team
Ahmed Musa has donated Rs 5 million to his Super Eagles teammates as part of the celebration of his 100th appearance in the national team.
The 28-year-old joined Nigeria’s impressive list of Centurions on Tuesday after his initial role in the 2-1 victory over Cape Verde in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
He was later replaced by Laurent striker Term Moffy in the 73rd minute as Granot Rohr’s side maintained a 100% lead in Qatar for 2022.
In retaliation for this milestone, the President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Amajo Punk, assured that the NFF would start giving away 10 million Naira to each player.
From the Nigerian Football Federation, from today when you mark your 100th hat you will get 10 million naira, Musa will get 10 million and as we are arriving in Nigeria, we will get 20 million naira Call AirPace to Promised to win, “Punk said. NFFTV.
“You have shown real Nigerian spirit and you have made us very happy.”
Immediately after Punk’s comment, Musa gave half of his 10 million naira to his colleagues as he thanked them for their support.
He said: “I really appreciate this gift. On behalf of Mr. President and my family, I would like to thank you all very much and for the coach, I really appreciate what you are doing for me. You made me who I am today and I thank you very much.
“And for my teammates, I have nothing to say and for 10 meters, I’m giving the team 5 million naira.”
Musa made his Super Eagles debut at the age of 17 in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match against Madagascar. He has scored 15 goals for the three-time African champion so far and was part of the team that won the Afkan title in 2013 in South Africa.
Former Kano Stone and Leicester City star Joseph Yubo and Vincent Enema are just one game away from equaling the all-time record (101 matches) for Nigeria.