By Johnny Edward:
Deportivo Fabril of Spain goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho has stated that there’s more to come from him and the team after he made his first start for the Super Eagles, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
Uzoho kept a clean sheet in his first start for Nigeria who defeated Poland 1-0 in an international friendly game played at the Municipal stadium in Wroclaw also thanked those who had faith in him.
The 19 year old endured a jittery start to the game but grew in confidence to make crucial saves denying Robert Lewandowski twice in the encounter.
“God is able#good win#more to come#Eagles🦅#thanks all for the believe# IN CHRIST ALONE,” Uzoho tweeted after the game.
The game was Uzoho’s second cap after he came on as a second half substitute in the 4-2 comeback win over Argentina last November.
The former Golden Eaglets shotstopper who has kept 12 clean sheets this season for Deportivo Fabril in the Spanish third tier division is expected to play a part in the Super Eagles next game against Serbia next Tuesday.