Up Man United: Dj Cuppy dumps Arsenal for Man United After Odion Ighalo Scores a goal.
— DJ Cuppy is a staunch supporter of the famous football club Arsenal
— entertainers have expressed disappointment with the team in recent times
- He pledged to become a fan of Man United if the score Odion Ighalo in the FA Cup tie against Norwich - and he did it View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
Popular entertainer DJ Cuppy Nigeria seems to have been dump Arsenal's for Premier League rivals Manchester United after Odion Ighalo Nigeria's goals helped Manchester United book FA Cup semi-final ticket.
Ighalo continued his impressive form for United as he continued to score in every game he starts for the club.
30-year-old was left unmarked six yards from goal when he flicked the ball past Tim CRUL at goal.
And before kick-off game, DJ Cuppy Nigeria had dared and promise that he will officially become a Manchester United fan, if the Nigerian net a goal. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
“As a Nigerian I think it is only right that if the Odion Ighalo scored today ... I will officially join Manchester United as a fan,” he wrote.
However, Norwich put delay in the celebration for the Red Devils as Todd Cantwell spectacular equalizer in the 75th minute to make it 1-1.
The Canaries suffered a major blow late when Timm Klose was shown a straight red following a foul, Odion Ighalo and the hosts were reduced to ten men. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.
It was 1-1 at full-time and extended the match to extra time. Tim Krul show forth a breathtaking performance denying United frequently, but Harry Maguire fired home a late winning for the Red Devils Manchester United cruise into semi-finals of the FA Cup. It ended: Norwich 1-2 Manchester United.
Remember that DJ Cuppy in a new tweet on her page seems to have been thrown shade directly at Arsenal after the announcement of a contract extension for some players.
Cuppy shade also looked like it was directed at the defender, David Luiz, whose contract was recently extended for one year by the football club.