The 24 year old winger born in Nigeria Chiedozie Ogbene made his first team debut for Ireland at the weekend, a proud moment for Chiedozie and his family and the Rotherham winger even managed to get on the scoresheet as Ireland beat the team at the bottom of the group three goals to nil.
A vital win for the Stephen Kenny’s Ireland and some good young players coming through and credit has to be given to the former Dundalk manager for working hard on bringing these lads though and trying to play an attractive style of football.
'I have so much joy going through my body’ – @EdozieOgbene tells @CorkTOD of his delight on getting on the scoresheet after his journey to become a Republic of Ireland player #AZEIRL #WorldCup2022 #RTEsoccer pic.twitter.com/0q8QDOuxyw
— RTÉ Soccer (@RTEsoccer) October 9, 2021
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) October 9, 2021
Great to see from the former Nemo Rangers player that he is enjoying life as a professional football and making great strikes.