Super Eagles winger, Nnamdi Oduamadi believes he is yet to achieve the peak of his powers playing for the African champions.
Oduamadi capped a brilliant performance with a hattrick as Nigeria trounced minnows, Tahiti 6-1 in the Confederations Cup on Monday.
The AC Milan forward, currently on loan at Serie B club, AS Varese took to the social networking site, twitter to rate his performance against the Islanders on Monday.
“Wanna say a Big tank u to you all. We gonna make Nigeria and Africa proud. My best is yet to come. Jesus is Lord,” he tweeted via @Oduamadi7.
Oduamadi also went into the record books as the first African to score a hattrick in the history of the Fifa Confederations Cup.
He is also the first Nigerian to hit a treble at a senior Fifa international tournament.
Meanwhile, Academica Coimbra midfielder, John Ogu also took to twitter to discuss Monday’s win over Tahiti.
“We Will Only take the Positive Part Of the Game.....3point...Thanks For Your Support..Uruguay Next...Thanks,’ he tweeted via @ogujohnugo.
Nigeria will next face Uruguay and a win over the South Americans will see the Super Eagles progress to the semifinals of the competition.
Written by Sammy Wejinya