Yesterday saw a brilliant performance from the two nigerian prodigy, but the big question is ... What does the future holds for them. A future super eagle? Or a place in the england national team?


Kevin Oghenetega Tamaraebi Bakumo Abraham is a Nigerian born English striker. Tammy, born October 2nd 1997 to a Nigerian father and a English mother, has been a subject of speculations surrounding his future as to which National team he is to feature for. A Nigerian side with guaranteed playing time? Or an England size with Tons of Talents and no guaranteed place in the first eleven? With the likes of raheem sterling, jamie vardy, Jason sancho and a host of talent to battle with for a starter's shirt.

The Nigerian-born english striker has been in impressive form this season for the blues since gaining the trust in new head coach Frank Lampard, scoring seven goals in five appearances including a hat trick last night versus Wolves.

 The EPL top scorer had since grown in confidence ever since missing that decisive penalty kick versus Liverpool in the UEFA supercup Final. 

Reports has it that the President of Nigerian football, Amaju pinnick is doing everything possible to ensure the 22 year old features for his fatherland.


Oluwafikayomi Oluwadamilola Tomori was in impressive form yesterday scoring a cracker and what seems to be a goal of the season comtender. The young Nigerian- English Defender is also one to look out for for a possible inclusion in the super eagles squad. The 21 years old chelsea academy graduate born on December 19, 1997 has featured for both England and Canada in the youth level.

Both Fikayo and Abraham have represented England at youth level but are up for a possible switch to Nigeria. Players like Alex Iwobi and Victor Moses also featured for the 3 lions of England but has since switched Allegiance to the Super eagles. Would Abraham and Fikayo do same? What does the future hold for both youngsters?

 Nigeria v England, the battle of Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori.