Cyril Desires continues to score for Nigeria |  sports

Cyril Desires continues to score for Nigeria | sports

videoCyril Desires transferred his goals in Feyenoord to the Nigeria national team. During a friendly match at AT&T’s Arlington Stadium, the striker, who was born in Belgium but plays for his mother’s home country of Nigeria, the African national team. This was his first goal for Nigeria.

By the way, Mexico won 2-1. It was due to an own goal by former ADO Den Haag defender William Troost-Ekong, who slashed the ball behind his own goalkeeper in just an hour. Haarlem-born Troost-Ekong played the entire game, but the Dessers were taken out shortly before the end. Mexico had taken the lead 12 minutes later through Santiago Jimenez.

PSV Eindhoven’s Eric Gutierrez came to Mexico over an hour later. Former PSV Eindhoven players Hector Moreno and Andres Guardado played the whole match. Edson Alvarez lost Ajax player. He is recovering from an arm injury he sustained in the cup final against PSV Eindhoven.

Cyril Desers criticized on behalf of Nigeria. Former Eindhoven player and former Arizona player Hector Moreno has left. © AFP

Desires lost in the conference league final against Roma (1-0) with Feyenoord in the Albanian capital Tirana on Wednesday. Racing Genk mercenary became the top scorer in the new European Cup with ten goals. Feyenoord hopes to be able to take over the Belgian-born Genk player, who wants €4m for the 27-year-old striker.

After the losing final in Tirana, Desires had to immediately go to the United States to join the Nigerian national team. The super eagles Jose Peseiro, the new national coach, will also play a friendly match against Ecuador on Thursday on American soil, one of Orange’s opponents in the World Cup in Qatar at the end of this year.

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William Trost-Ekong, Cyril Desers and Chiduzi Aouazim after Feyenoord's striker goal.
William Trost-Ekong, Cyril Desers and Chiduzi Aouazim after Feyenoord’s striker goal. © USA TODAY Sports

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