Onyeka Gamero to get the feel of fatherland as the USA set to lock-horn with Nigeria for the FIFA 2022 U17 Women’s World cup Quarterfinal. Onyeka Gamero has made history in the USA.
The Afro-American player of Nigerian descent wrote her name in the history books after she scored the fastest-ever goal in FIFA tournament history for the USA.
Onyeka Gamero achieved this feat when she opened the scoring for the US U17 women’s team in the 23rd second to lead them to an 11-0 win over Curaçao in a CONCACAF U17 Women’s competition.
The wonder kid went on to score in the 49th minute to give the US a 6-0 lead after she assisted Nicholette Kiorpes for a goal in the seventh minute.
Onyeka completed her hat trick in the 73rd minute for a 10-0 information.
She scored a total of four goals in the tournament. Onyeka Gamero is half-Spanish and half-Nigerian. The young lady has already represented the United States of America at U15, U16, U17 and U18 levels.
Ayo Oke, a top-notch defender, who currently plays for California, featured for NTH Tophat Club and helped them reach the GAL Championship game.
She was named the best regional player in the 2020/2021 season.
She was born to Nigerian parents, which makes her eligible to also play for Nigeria.
The U17 match took place on 21 October 2022, Friday at
D Y Patil Sports Stadium during the middle of the day.