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SUPER EAGLES STAR VICTOR OSIMHEN WINS MARC-VIVIEN FOE PRIZE

Super Eagles star, Victor Osimhen, has won the 2020 Marc-Vivien Foe prize, edging past compatriot, Simon Moses of Nantes and other African players.

This win makes Victor Osimhen the second Nigerian to win the Marc-Vivien Foe prize after ex-Super Eagles goal keeper, Vincent Enyeama.

Ever since the Nigerian star, joined Lille, a French Club as a replacement for Ivory Coast star, Nicolas Pepe last summer, he has scored 18 goals and six assists in 38 games.

The Super Eagles player has dedicated the award to his late father, Pa Patrick Osimhen.

The Marc-Vivien Foe award was created in honor of a player with who slumped while playing for Cameroon in a Confederations Cup semi-final match on 26 June, 2003.

BY: AUGUSTUS ETEFIA

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