No Love For Country As “Dele Alli” Debuts For England

deleNigerian-born Dele Alli debuted for England in a 2-0 home win over Estonia in a 2016 Euro qualifier at Wembley Friday night.

The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, who has a Nigerian father and was eligible to feature for the Super Eagles, was a 88th minute substitute for Ross Barkley, whose father is also a Nigerian, africanFootball.com reports.

It has been a fairy tale last few weeks for Alli after he made his English Premier League debut for Spurs and also scored after he completed his move from the English third-tier league with MK Dons.

His eye-catching performance for his London club earned him an England call-up after he represented the country in various age-group teams.

Goals by Theo Walcott in the 45th minute and Raheem Sterling five minutes from time earned England its ninth win in as many matches.

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