HOW AFRICANS PLAYERS KEEP DOMINATING EUROPEAN FOOTBALL
The European football leagues are fast becoming tiers that can't do without African footballers.
Apart from the conspicuous fact that portrays African players as superlatively talented, the Motherland blokes are also known to be very strong and versatile, fit enough to play in any role given.
George Weah, Anthony Yeboah, Samuel Etoo, Kanu Nwankwo, Didier Drogba and other greats were able to cement their names with good legacies before the current generation which also parades beautiful.
And talented World Class players such Egyptian Mo Sallah, Senegalese Saido Mane, Nigerian Victor Osimhen and the list continues.
Nigerian Youngster, Samuel Chukwueze is now a record-making centenarian. Chukwueze has reached 100 games with Villarreal's first team after starting the Copa del Rey game against Zamora CF.
The Nigerian forward has played 79 matches in LaLiga, 13 in the Europa League and 8 in the Copa del Rey), aged just 21 years, seven months and 11 days, becoming the youngest player mark in official games for the Villarreal CF first team.
Paul Onuachu is currently setting a new record in Belgian League, scoring outstanding 18 goals already in the 2020/2021 season.
The beautiful display of African footballers across European best Football leagues reaffirms the bright future of African football. This might be safe to share the hope that African football is mature enough to co