Anthony Martial has said that his hat-trick which he scored for Manchester United last night is special to him.
Martial scored the hat-trick to help United claim all three points against Sheffield in Old Trafford.
The Frenchman revealed that he hopes the hat-trick won’t be his last for the club.
“It was special for me because it was my first Man United’s hat-trick,” Martial told Sky Sports after the game.
“But I hope it is not my last. the most important thing is that we won the game.”
“I think we played very well today, we created a lot of chances, and we have to score more, and if I score more the team will be better.
“We have to keep training and be ready for the next match.”
The Central Bank of Nigeria on Wednesday said it would not be deterred in its effort to steer the Nigerian economy away from the looming recession due to the impact of COVID-19, PUNCH reports
It said this was in spite of the push by some vested interests to impugn the integrity of the bank.
The Bank’s Director, Corporate Communications Department, Isaac Okorafor, said the bank had uncovered sinister plans by some persons in Nigeria’s economic and socio-political space to distract the CBN.
He said such persons want to discredit the institution through deliberate misinformation, complete fabrications and outright lies.
He, however, noted that the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, and his team at the bank would not be deterred by the actions of...
Controversial Nigerian cross dresser, Idris Okuneye Olurunwaju, popularly known as Bobrisky has cried out to his fans and followers not to be too quick to judge him.
According to him, he has the biggest heart.
Bobrisky who claims he has the “biggest heart ever” said they should wait to meet him first before they judge him. He added that he can remove his eye for anyone who needs it.
The self acclaimed Nigerian male barbie added that he gets crazy when he is angry but once he lets it out, everything is back to normal.
I have d biggest heart ever!!! Wait till u meet me. Don’t be so quick to judge me.
Tara Fela-Durotoye shares her experience with online bullying and betrayal on “Life Lessons with Betty Irabor”
Founder of House of Tara International, Tara Fela-Durotoye, sat with Betty Irabor on this episode of “Life Lessons“ on Linda Ikeji TV, to discuss her experience when her husband contested in the 2019 presidential election.
Tara recounts the unpleasant experiences, such as online bullying and betrayal she endured when Fela Durotoye ran for presidential office, and how it affected them.
Tara admitted that she had “too many experiences” that left her “in tears, sad, and burdened”. She said that during that period, she got feedback of the horrible things, close friends, she expected support from were saying and “it was traumatic”.
She struggled with forgiving them and had to see a life coach about it afterwards. “I struggled with unforgiveness for a year,” she explained.