African Diet That Keeps Victor Osimhen On Fire Revealed

    Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen has a list of foods that energize him and keep him fit on a regular basis.

    Victor Osimhen, who joined Napoli from Lille for a fee of €75 million on September 1, 2020, has been on fire for the Italian Serie A club so far in the 2022-2023 season.

    The club’s prolific 24-year-old Nigerian striker has 25 goals and 5 assists in 29 games across all competitions.

    Osimhen’s outstanding performance has elevated him to the league’s top scorer this season, allowing his team to lead the league table by 21 points.

    Coach Luciano Spalletti and his team need only 15 points to win the Scudetto for the first time since 1990, thanks to Victor Osimhen’s contributions this season. They are also in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals.

    Victor Osimhen’s energy, form, strength, skills, and ability to score goals from any angle have piqued the interest of top European clubs such as Arsenal, Chelsea, PSG, Manchester United, and even Liverpool ahead of the summer transfer window.

    The secret to Osimhen’s energetic performances this season, according to an Italian publication, Corriere del Mezzogiorno, is the strict Nigerian diet he has adopted in Italy.

    According to the newspaper, Osimhen’s favorite restaurant in Torino is a Nigerian-owned restaurant that serves food that is ideal for him.

    According to the publication, Osimhen frequently orders yellow rice or red rice seasoned with egusi, a fish and vegetable-based sauce, whenever he visits the restaurant.

    Victor Osimhen continues to amaze everyone in this blessed season for him and Napoli. Among the secrets of the Nigerian forward, there is also his diet. Rice and potatoes, beans, but also semolina with meat are some of the basic ingredients of Victor Osimhen’s table, which winks at the Nigerian gastronomic tradition”, the publication claimed.

    The champion chose the Sharon restaurant in Torino, in the Neapolitan capital, as his favorite place. Owned by the Nigerian Erbor Patience, who has been in Naples for 13 years, the restaurant is the best observatory for discovering, even more profoundly, the conduct food of Osimhen: yellow rice or red rice seasoned with egusi, a fish and vegetable-based sauce, is the dish most requested by the footballer.