Vincent Enyeama Trends On Twitter. Domain Names Registered Today.
In a world cup match soaked with adrenaline pumping tension, the Super Eagles of Nigeria couldn’t turn an adversity (10-man against opponents) into an adventurous victory over the Greeks.
But one man, Vincent Enyeama made a difference. His goal-keeping prowess and fantastic saves easily earned him the ‘Man of the Match’ and could make him the “Most Valuable Player” (MVP) of the Nigerian team.
Today, he became the 3rd most popular trending topic on Twitter. See screenshot below.
Before now, the Nigerian ‘Number 1′ football goal keeper did not have a domain name, except for a Wikipedia page. Today, the domain names www.vincentenyeama.com and www.enyeama.com were registered by Sebastian Ferreira in New York. See image below.
It only goes to show how popular Vincent Enyeama has become and how the domain names bearing his name would be worth thousands of dollars in the nearest future. If I were him, I’ll get my agent and lawyers to start discussing with the domain registrant.
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