Chelsea defender Antonio Rüdiger stunned Nigerians when he communicated in Pidgin English with Nigerian footballer Ogenyi Onazi on Instagram.
This happened in the comment section of Rudiger’s post, a photo of him and Andrew Robertson going at each other during a recent Premier League clash between Chelsea and Liverpool.
Onazi commented in Pidgin English on the post saying; “You like fight pass quarrel,” a way of saying, “You are very stubborn.”
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To the surprise of Nigerians, Rudiger, who is from Germany, responded in Pidgin English, “We dey try brother.”
Pidgin English, a simplified means of the English language, is spoken widely in Nigeria.
Rudiger has ties with West Africa, as his mother is from Sierra Leone.