Nigerian Super Eagles youngsters Kelechi Iheanacho of Manchester City and Alex Iwobi of Arsenal will both come face to face when their teams clash in the EPL this weekend.
Iheanacho currently in the Super Eagles camp in London, said that Manchester
City will fight to grab the maximum points at struggling Arsenal.
“We are going to go to the Emirates to fight,” Iheanacho spoke on Manchester City’s official website.
“We need a win there. It’s a good team, so we need to fight hard to get three points.
“We are in a good situation. We played well against Liverpool and showed
good character. “We defended well, we attacked well, but unfortunately we couldn’t win.
“We are in a good position in the Premier League, we would keep fighting and focusing on the next games.”
Iheanacho also spoke on his limited playing time and life at Manchester in
“I’m very happy and very grateful to be in this team,” he said. “I keep working hard every day and when I get my chance I have to prove to everyone
I need to be in the squad.
“It’s a great squad with great players. Everyone is working really hard, so everyone should be happy being in this team.
“It’s a great team. The supporters give us everything so We need to keep
fighting for the team and the fans.
“I am improving every day. I keep learning and improving and that will help me in the future. I love it here.”
Iheanacho scored again for Super Eagles team A on Monday as coach Gernot
Rohr split his team to two sides to play against each other, since the match against Burkina Faso was called off.