3. Nwankwo Kanu (Nigeria)
Kanu is a member of the Nigerian national football team. Kanu is originally from Abia, southeastern Nigeria, and a member of the sub-group Aro of the Igbo ethnic group.
The striker played for Nigeria’s Iwuanyanwu Nationale, a traditional Dutch-rich football club called Ajax. He also played for Inter Milan of Italy, and English clubs, West Bromwich Albion and Portsmouth.
Kanu is one of the few players to have won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League, UEFA Cup, and Olympic gold medal.
He has the third-most substitute match in Premier League history. He appeared on the bench 118 times, and is considered one of the best players in African football history. Nwankwo Kanu is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and an African brand ambassador for digital television operator StarTimes.
4. Emmanuel Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor has previously played for English clubs Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Crystal Palace, as well as the French, Metz, and Monégasque Monaco teams and Spanish Real Madrid. He was voted the Best Footballer in Asia in 2008 while playing at Arsenal.
In the Emirates team shirt, he plays like a classic striker. He scored 46 goals in 104 million Coat in the club.
5. Emanuel Eboue
Founded at ASEC Mimosas, he moved to Europe to play for Belgium’s Beveren in 2002. He spent most of his career, from 2005 to 2011, with the Premier League’s Arsenal. He played a total of 214 games – including the general match in 2006 UEFA Champions League final, he scored 10 goals.
The former best defender in the history of Arsenal, one of the best defenders in the English Premier League. He then moved to Galatasaray for € 3.5 million, where he played regularly and won five domestic titles in Turkey.
Eboue is known for being a strong defender and has great aerial combat even though he is only 1m74 tall, a height that is relatively high compared to the tall defenders in the Premier League. Eboué made his international debut for Ivory Coast in 2004, eventually earning 79 in 2013. He is part of their team at five African Cup of Nations tournaments and two World Cups.
In 2017, Eboue lost all his possessions because he was tricked by his wife to live together for more than 20 years. He became empty-handed and became a miss. Arsenal knows this has helped him, giving him the role of training young players.