It was a historical moment for Leicester City players when they defeated Chelsea to win the FA Cup title for the first time in their history.
Leicester City overcame Chelsea by a lone goal after putting in a strong second-half performance to put a smile on the faces of their fans across the globe.
Their victory means Brendan Rodgers and his boys were able to write their name in the history books as one of the most consistent teams in Europe.
With Nigerian duo, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wifred Ndidi playing an important part in the victory, they led the celebration in Leicester City’s dressing room.
Both Super Eagles international ensured that their teammates enjoyed some of the good vibes Nigerians are known for.
Dr Sid ‘Over the moon’ was the song players and staffs of Leicester City used in celebrating their victory.
Iheanacho who has been banging in goals from all cylinders ever since the season started was among the Leicester City players dancing and singing to the hit song.
This is not the first time Nigerian songs will be used by top clubs to celebrate their victory as Ajax players were spotted some days ago vibing to Burna Boy’s hit single ‘On The Low’.
See video of Leicester City players having fun below:
Leicester players celebrate winning the FA Cup by dancing to Nigerian song, Over The Moon by Dr Sid.pic.twitter.com/Bq1nrpqEwz
— Africa Facts Zone (@AfricaFactsZone) May 15, 2021