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Adeyemi reveals that African food makes him very fast



German striker Karim Adeyemi, who is of Nigerian descent, said the Nigerian dish ‘fufu’ greatly improved his pace.

Following his side’s 1-0 win against English football club Chelsea in the first leg of their round of 16 on Wednesday 15 February, the Borussia Dortmund forward made the statement in his post-match interview.
In the second half of the match, Nigerian-born player Adeyemi scored the only goal of the match.

The 21-year-old soccer superstar collected the ball in his own half and sprinted towards the opposing team’s end, where she passed Chelsea’s Enzo Fernandez, circled the goalkeeper and put the ball on goal.

Karim Adeyemi was questioned by the reporter after the match on how he managed to knock so fast. Adeyemi further explained that in addition to getting her genes from her father, the food she eats also contributes significantly to her success. The interviewer then moved on to the next question, “What kind of food?”

“I eat a lot of African food, but I have good genetics from my father, so I think it will be a bit difficult for you to get fast,” Adeyemi explained.

“It’s a Nigerian dish called Fufu,” the 21-year-old attacker added.
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His teammate Jude Bellingham also confirmed his speed.

In a post-match interview, he said: “He’s fast and we know how fast he is. He shows us all the time in training. It’s about putting him in an environment where he feels he can use his strengths for the good of the team. That’s what he did there as soon as he broke free.

After the Champions League Round of 16 first leg, Chelsea had to overcome a 0-1 deficit after Karim Adeyemi’s outstanding goal for Borussia Dortmund.