Three Super Eagles star opened their goal scoring account on the international stages on Monday against São Tomé and Principe.

Nigeria shattered their opponent 10-0 with Victor Osimhen stealing the show with 4 goals.

However, Ademola Lookman and Emmanuel Dennis scored their first goal for the Super Eagles while Terrem Moffi scored his first and second goal for Nigeria.

Terrem Moffi was the first person to register his debut goal on Monday. Moffi had previously featured in the friendly games against Mexico and Ecuador in the US.

The 23-year-old Lorient striker made his first appearance under manegarial guidance of Gernot Rohr in a 1-0 loss to Cameroon.

Terrem Moffi

On Monday, Moffi lead the attack alongside Osimhen and scored a brace against the Parrots of São Tome and Principe.

Leicester city forward, Ademola Lookman was the only Foxes player invited to the national team among the Nigeria trio in the squad with Wilfried Ndidi injured and Kelechi Ihenacho overlooked.

Ademola Lookman scoring his debut goal for Nigeria

Lookman completed his Nationality change to Nigeria just before AFCON 2021 but did not make his debut for theSuper Eagles till the infamous Word Cup qualifying games against Ghana.

In his first start since the World Cup ticket loss to Ghana, the 24-year-old was the first to attack a parried shot by São Tomé and Principe keeper to score Super Eagles 7th goal of the match.

The Watford striker who had a good personal season for his club despite his team relegation last season scored his first goal for the Super Eagles on Monday.

The Nigerian Football Federation earlier this year attempted to call up the Watford striker for the AFCON tournament however accused Watford of not releasing Dennis.

Dennis and Alex celebrating his goal

Emmanuel Dennis was subbed on for Ademola Lookman in Super Eagles trashing of São Tome and Principe. The 24-year-old made sure he joined the goal party as he earned a penalty and converted from the spot sending the goalkeeper the wrong way.

Super Eagles are now top of the 2023 AFCON qualifiers group after Sierra Leone held Guinea Bissau to a 2-2 draw.