Nigerian international Fanendo Adi who solidified his spot in Portland Timbers history as he scored a penalty in the 88th minute against the Philadelphia Union Saturday, showered praises on his teammates for the roles played in helping him become the highest goalscorer in Timbers’ history.
With the goal, Adi Surpassed John Bain for the record-breaking, all-time Timbers goalscorer registering a total number of 46 goals
The 29-year-old forward showered praises on his teammates for the parts played in helping him turn into the most noteworthy goalscorer in Timbers’ history. Adi who has scored five times in six league game this season stated that his teammates in the Providence Park prodded him to the place he is by and by breaking the 35-year objective record held by John Bain.
“It’s a positive feeling,” Adi said. “Be that as it may, you just need to know it’s not only for me. It’s for the whole team. I think the guys did well to place me in the position I am today.”
Since joining MLS in 2014, Adi has formed into one of the top strikers in the league
Adi still 26 years of age, and, playing with a fearsome consistency that has demonstrated subtly in the past, and still has years to play, nor is it shocking to recommend that the Nigerian forward is among the most overlooked abilities in Major League Soccer, maybe even the most underrated of them all.