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‘I will always fight to represent Nigeria’ – Genk’s Onuachu reacts to latest Super Eagles snub

Genk striker Paul has acknowledged his oversight from the most recent Super Eagles crew in great destiny yet he promised to keep battling for a spot in the Nigerian public group. 


Recently, Gernot Rohr delivered his 24-man group for the country's 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying apparatuses against Benin and Lesotho not long from now. 


Notwithstanding driving the goalscoring outlines in the Belgian First Division A with 25 objectives in 29 matches, Onuachu didn't make the rundown yet he was set on backup if any of the eight welcomed advances endures an issue over the span of the two matches. 


The choice to drop the Owerri-conceived assailant for chief Ahmed Musa has not played a serious game since last November has been an idea among Nigeria fans. 


Onuachu has proceeded onward from the mistake, however he isn't surrendering the battle for a spot in Rohr's resulting determination. 


"It's the mentor's choice, and I regard it, he has the last say, and there's nothing I can do to it, yet I will put forth a valiant effort consistently and consistently battle to address my mother country," the previous Midtjylland forward told the Punch. 


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In March 2019, Onuachu scored his solitary global objective for Nigeria in their 1-0 triumph against Egypt in a well disposed experience. 


He has nine appearances added to his repertoire for the Super Eagles, which incorporate three trips at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. 


Nigeria, who at present lead Group L by eight after four matches, will make a trip to Porto Novo for their apparatus against second-put Benin on March 27 preceding facilitating base put Lesotho at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, after three days.


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