Arsenal Super Kid Celebrates Maiden Nigeria Call-Up With A Goal And Three Assists Vs Aston Villa U16sPublished: August 20, 2019
Arsenal super kid Malcolm Ebiowei is gearing up to join the Golden Eaglets at their training camp in Abuja ahead of their trip to Brazil for the 2019 FIFA U17 World Cup, having received a maiden call-up to the Nigeria National Team.
The attacking midfielder shone like a million stars as Arsenal U16s hammered Aston Villa 5-0 in their latest match.
Arguably the best player in the Arsenal U16 team in the new season, Ebiowei enhanced his growing reputation with a goal and provided three assists in the resounding win over Aston Villa.
Marcelo Flores, Khayon Edwards and Edu's son Luigi Gaspar also got on the scoresheet for the young Gunners.
Ebiowei is known for scoring spectacular goals from midfield and his strike from outside the box against Bayern Munich U17s was one of the best goals in the U17 Bundesliga Cup last month.
A left-footed midfielder, Ebiowei has a choice of three countries to represent internationally namely Nigeria, England and Netherlands but allnigeriasoccer.com has been informed that his priority now is to play for the Golden Eaglets.
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