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Super Eagles striker, Jude Odion Ighalo, who bagged a hatrick against Libya on Saturday, has spoken out on being booed by fans.
While speaking in a radio interview after Nigeria"s 4-0 demolition of Libya on Saturday, Super Eagles forward, Odion Ighalo, said fans were overtaken by passion when he failed to score at the World Cup in Russia.
The striker who bagged a hatrick during the match, pledged to always give his best in a Super Eagles shirt.
He said: “The fans love football, they are passionate about the Super Eagles and so sometimes you don’t blame them when they are angry.
“As a striker they wanted me to score goals at the World Cup, but unfortunately it was not so.
“Some of the fans took the criticisms to another level, which was bad, but I can understand them because I am a professional and so whatever comes with that, you have to go with it.
“I thank the fans who believed in me even after the World Cup, and those who didn’t believe in me, I still thank them because they were supporting the Super Eagles.”
Posted by Grandybigs on 15 Oct 2018