Nigeria International defender Efe Ambrose, who scored the second goal for Nigeria in 2-0 win vs Swaziland (2nd leg) in 2018 World Cup qualifier to advance to group stage of the qualifiers has claimed his mother predicted he will score a goal in the match.
“My mother, Alice Adievu Ambrose, predicted I am going to do well for Eagles against Swaziland and score a goal and it came to pass,” said the Celtic defender Ambrose.
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“And so I dedicated the goal to her for her never-ending support and encouragement.” He told Africanfootball.com
Efe Ambrose for scoring against Swaziland earned an extra $20,000 goal scorer prize.