Warri Wolves striker Gbolahan Salami has stated that Nigeria’s home based Super Eagles team will go for the kill against Burkina Faso – away, for the gaffer Sunday Oliseh.
“We want to win the game for Nigeria and we believe that securing the CHAN ticket will hasten the complete recovery of our head coach, ” Salami said to thenff.com.
For the first time in his Nigeria career, Gbolahan Salami captained the Super Eagles in first leg encounter vs Burkina Faso.
Gbolahan Salami scored one of the goals for Super Eagles in 2-0 win vs Burkina Faso in the first leg, via penalty.
He is the second joint top scorer in the Nigeria Premier League, at present.
#GloNPFL Top Scorers: Igbinoba (Nasarawa) – 15 Tunde Adeniji (Sunshine), Gbolahan Salami (Wolves) – 14 Chisom Chikatara (Abia Warriors) – 13
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Kick-off time for the decider is 5pm Nigerian time, Sunday.