Nigeria went out last weekend in a friendly with England 2-1 down. It was a special contest for the Nigerian Dutchman William Troost-Ekong, who now leads the Turkish Bursaspor.
William Troost-Ekong to see Harry Kane score. England won at Wembley, eventually, 2-1.
“Against England playing at Wembley is a stunning poster. I’ve seen quite a lot with England. From my twelfth to my sixteenth I have a English boarding school at the time, because my father thought it important that I have a good English education would have,” said the 24-year-old defender.
“From there, I am in the football of Fulham, and later Tottenham Hotspur. I have for many years played with Harry Kane. It was nice to see him again and just to talk. Especially a boy that you know so well from your youth, one of the best strikers in the world has become.”
Troost-Ekong, and Kane found each other on the field. “It was nice duels and, unfortunately, he scored once, had our keeper the ball can have. After we have the t-shirts exchanged. That is a nice one for my collection.”
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