Many Glasgow Rangers fans have been left buzzing over the assist that Joe Aribo picked up for Nigeria in their 1-0 over Egypt at the African Cup of Nations.
As per footage shared by the official Twitter page of the Ibrox faithful, Aribo cushioned a header into the path of Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho, who then thumped the ball into the top corner of the net to give the Super Eagles the win in their opening AFCON group game.
Should Rangers start Aribo?
The 25-year-old was impressive throughout the match, winning all four of his duels, while he also recorded a successful dribble, clearance, two tackles and two key passes in total (SofaScore).
Aribo has been linked with a move to Aston Villa in the January transfer window, and while performances like these showcase what he can do, some Light Blues supporters may now be worried that a bid could be put in from the English Premier League team, of course managed by former boss Steven Gerrard.
Rangers fans on Aribo assist
These Teddy Bears buzzed as the assist was shared on Twitter, with one even going as far as to call Aribo a ‘king’:
“He’s the best in the world his name is Ariboooooo”
“Unbelievable player, going be to tough to keep hold of him”
“Get the new contract sorted! Give him whatever he wants.”
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