After his sensational breakthrough campaign last term, Iheanacho, 20, has fallen behind top striker Sergio Aguero and new Brazilian signing Gabriel Jesus in the pecking order at the Etihad Stadium under Pep Guardiola.
Federer, full of confidence and form, never looked like he could falter as he wrapped up the match in one hour and 22 minutes.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane shot his side ahead from the penalty spot after 67 minutes but their lead was shortlived as Fulham's Cyriac Gohi Bi equalised for the Ivorians just four minutes later.
Onigbinde gave the damning verdict during an appearance on a radio programme monitored in Abuja in which he opined that going by the FIFA standard, “there is no Nigerian team that has a management that is elected”.
Ndidi, who has featured in eight league games since his arrival, dismissed the notion that players were behind the sacking of Ranieri.
The 39-year-old former France striker, who presently works as assistant to Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, says he has to leave his options open.
Hamilton came in as pre-race favourite after storming to pole on Saturday, but Vettel’s Ferrari had an advantage on pace and tyre wear as he claimed a landslide victory on Albert Park.
An easy appeal is undoubtedly one of the many perks of being a pro athlete, and their love for flashing lights, front page coverage and adulation of fans makes the political terrain ever more pleasing to many.
Federer, 35, has been in fine form this year following up his record-extending 18th Grand Slam win at the Australian Open with victory in the California desert, and will be going for his third Miami title following wins in 2005 and 2006.
Porto striker Andre Silva opened the scoring after 30 minutes, converting a pass from Raphael Guerreiro for his fifth goal in six games for Portugal, before ballon d’Or holder Ronaldo took over the show with a brace that takes his international tally up to 70.
However, the grade A friendly has been called off after seven players in the Burkinabe contingent failed to secure entry visas into the United Kingdom.
In one of the most remarkable nights of European football, Luis Enrique’s men scored three goals in seven minutes to pull off the Champions League heist – forcing Cantona into more bizarre sex rant.
Manchester City starlet Kelechi Iheanacho levelled from the spot eight minutes from time to ensure the Eagles remain unbeaten under Rohr after Moussa Sow had given the Teranga Lions the lead.
Daniele De Rossi scored a first-half penalty to put his side ahead before a late second from Ciro Immobile secured the three points for the four-time World Champions whose goalkeeper Buffon made a European record 168th cap.
Messi sent club mate Claudio Bravo the wrong way from the spot in the 16th minute after Angel Di Maria had been bundled down in the area.
And Leboeuf believes that while the 25-year-old midfielder is already good enough to be an integral part of the team for Chelsea or France, he’s still lacking in certain areas.
Messi, 29, may go down as the most inspirational player the game has ever seen, but it appears the exact reach of his influence is just a staggering as his mesmeric talents on the pitch.
Okeowo, former Golden Eaglets goalkeeper, is reportedly having a great season at Peckham Town where he’s been for many years.
The Super Eagles go up against Senegal at the Hive, London, later today before facing Burkina Faso three days later, and Adepoju, ‘the headmaster', believes this is a crucial phase for the manager to fine-tune his side and integrate the new players.