Former Charlton Athletic man takes just four minutes to score on international bow

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

South Londoner Joe Aribo took just four minutes to score on his international bow for Nigeria.

The Camberwell-born midfielder, who quit Charlton Athletic on a free transfer for Glasgow Rangers in the summer, started in Tuesday night’s friendly against Ukraine in Dnipro.

Aribo put the Super Eagles ahead. The match finished 2-2.

The 23-year-old has scored four goals for the Scottish club.


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