Arsenal's Alex Iwobi and Manchester City's Kelechi Iheanacho continued their impressive form for their country today, with both managing to find the net in Nigeria's World Cup qualifier against Zambia.
New manager Gernot Rohr was faced with the tough task of taking all three points from Lusaka this afternoon, after struggling to overcome Tanzania 1-0 in his first game at the helm of the Super Eagles.
But he needn't have worried with the likes of Iwobi and Iheanacho in his team, two of the most exciting young players playing in Europe at the moment.
Iwobi opened the scoring in the first-half via this close range strike:
An his opener was soon followed up by Iheanacho's surging run and brilliant finish from a tight angle:
Not too shabby, eh? Both players are still under the age of 21, but they're already proving themselves to be two of the Premier League's shining lights.
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