Super Eagles attacker, Odion Jude Ighalo has listed promotion with Watford and scoring a brace against Liverpool as his favourite moments at the Hornets while playing in the English Premier League.
The current Al Hilal striker also picked his first goal in the EPL against Everton on his debut as his favourite Watford goal while discussing his best moments with the Hornets, his career since leaving the club and his thoughts on some of the current players in the squad, on the recent edition of Inside The Hive.
“The promotion game, and our game against Liverpool.
I think that was one of our best games and it was a great moment for me and the fans, and all of the players,” Ighalo told Watford official website.
“My goal against Everton; that was my first goal in the Premier League.
It meant a lot to me, the Premier League was my dream, and to score in my first game meant so much to me.
The Super Eagles forward also acknowledged the roles played by the duo of former Nigeria internationals Nwankwo Kanu and Austin Okocha in his career, adding Kanu’s performance for Arsenal and Okocha’s brilliance for Bolton Wanderers inspired him.
Ighalo picks Kanu, Okocha as EPL trailblazers