The top scorer in the Norwegian league Ohi Anthony Omoijuanfo is set to be handed his first call up to the senior national team of Norway according to reports sourced by Owngoalnigeria.com editorial team.
Ohi has taken the league in Norway by storm this season with seven goals in the first six games of the season, a tally which include two hattrick scored against Aalesund and Sarpsborg 08.
Standing at an impressive height of 6ft 2 in, the 23 year old who is the present top scorer in the League in Norway is eligible to represent Nigeria and England at senior level, although he has played for Norway at various age level, however his recent form has lead to talks of a senior national team call up, which will potentially kill any hope of the forward switching allegiance to Nigeria in the future.
He presently holds the record of the youngest ever goalscorer in the Norwegian Tippeligaen for his goal on the last day of the 2010 season when he found the back of the net for Lillestroem in a 4-5 loss against Stromgodset.
Born to a Nigerian father and a Norwegian mother, he went into the record books for the above mentioned goal for scoring at the age of 16 and 300 days. A record yet to be matched.