Grow up and lower yourself – Ikpeba answers Osimhen over bike kick column

Previous Super Eagles striker, Victor Ikpeba, has answered Napoli striker, Victor Osimhen, advising him to grow up and lower himself.

The remarks come after the youthful striker hit back at the previous Nigerian worldwide for condemning him over his endeavors at bike kicks during Nigeria’s second leg season finisher against Ghana.

Talking on Supersport, Ikpeba had scrutinized the 23-year-well-known adage, “Victor Osimhen is a decent player however isn’t yet a completed article, neglect he’s playing for Napoli. A portion of those crosses he could have controlled as opposed to attempting to do a bike kick.

“He’s as yet a youthful player yet I trust that he can further develop where he is in Napoli and help the public group from here on out. He wants to get when to play the ball and when to play bike kicks.”

Be that as it may, Osimhen, while answering a remark made by Super Falcons star Asisat Oshoala on a post on his Instagram page, went after Victor Ikpeba.

During his new appearance on Channels TV, Ikpeba returned to the issue, saying he could father Osimhen and encouraged him to grow up and lower himself.

He additionally advised the adolescent to copy the characters of Liverpool stars like Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah, and focus on his football profession.

“A ton of things came to play, at times players can take choices due to feelings and answer, so I’ve truly continued on.

“Victor is one of those players that have a great deal of character. He actually needs to grow up, he’s not yet the completed article, he will be one of our top players later on, yet he really wants to lower himself and attempt to learn.

“It’s a learning cycle, he knows how long it required for him to be in Napoli so my main counsel to him is to take a gander at the manner in which any semblance of Salah, Mane convey themselves and focus on his footballing vocation,” he added.

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