In the world of football, celebrations are often synonymous with jubilation and unrestrained elation. However, for Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi, the absence of exuberant goal celebrations has become his trademark, MySportDab reports.
In an insightful revelation, Awoniyi sheds light on the enigma behind his composed demeanor after finding the back of the net.
In an interview with Fans Tribe, the forward shared a fascinating insight into his unique goal-scoring ritual. Awoniyi confided that it’s not intentional. But he was having a conversation with a brother of his, and he actually made him understand why he don’t celebrate scoring goals.
He attributed this distinctive trait to a profound sense of predestination, explaining that it’s like following a predetermined script.
Sometimes you just understand this is meant to happen, and it happens. It’s just more of a thing you’ve seen happening, so it’s just like what is supposed to be.
Awoniyi’s introspective approach to goal-scoring is rooted in his unwavering belief in foreseeing success. Even when people don’t see it happening, you’ve already known.
You’ve seen it ahead. So, when it happens, that calmness is just there, he stated.
Currently, Taiwo Awoniyi finds himself in the company of the Super Eagles as they prepare for their final AFCON qualifier match against Sao Tome & Principe in Uyo on Sunday.
With his distinctive perspective on goal-scoring, football enthusiasts around the world will be keen to observe whether Awoniyi maintains his tranquil demeanor if he finds the net in this crucial encounter.
While celebrations may be a customary part of football, Awoniyi’s unique approach offers a captivating glimpse into the inner workings of a player who finds solace in the certainty of his own success, often leaving fans and opponents alike in awe of his enigmatic composure on the pitch.