Kriens Torwart Sebastian Osigwe im Cupspiel zwischen dem SC Kriens und dem FC Luzern am Samstag, 12. August 2017 in der Swissporarena Luzern.
Super Eagles’ hopeful and SC Kriens of Switzerland goalkeeper, Sebastian Osigwe has set his sights on a potential cup upset in their quarterfinals Swiss Cup clash against giants FC Zürich, reports.
Despite going into the clash as the underdogs, the former junior international told from his base, that they remain hopeful of progressing to the semifinals of the competition.
“It’s very good to be at this stage of the competition. We will surely fight to the end as I believe we have what it takes to get to the finals of the tournament.
“FC Zürich are no doubt a very good side, they have a good striker in Nigeria’s Stephen Odey but I’m sure we have what it takes to shock them in front of their home fans,” Osigwe said.
The 24-year-old is expected to return to goal in his 12th appearance for SC Kriens after fully recovering from a slight illness.
Born to a Nigerian father and a Swiss mother, Sebastian was previously with Nigeria’s U20 team back in 2013. He did, however, play in the tournament that year but failed to make it to the World Cup in Turkey.