Adebayo Adeleye is extremely delighted to make his maiden appearance for the Super Eagles.
The Hapoel Katamon of Israel goalkeeper played his first game for the Super Eagles in the 2-2 draw with Algeria at the Mohamed Hamlaoui Stadium on Friday night.
The 22-year-old took the place of Maduka Okoye after the break.
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“It’s great to play for the Super Eagles; I’m just happy to make my debut for my team,” Adeleye told NFF TV.
“It would have been great to keep a clean sheet, but it was a penalty and there was nothing I could do about it.
“We are working hard in training and looking forward to the next game on Tuesday.”
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Jose Peseiro’s side will face Algeria’s main team in their second friendly next week Tuesday at the Miloud Hadefi Stadium, Oran.