President George Weah played 79 minutes for Liberia against Nigeria


He received a standing ovation when he was substituted on 79 minutes.

George Weah, President of Liberia and former World Footballer of the Year, made a surprise return to worldwide football in Monrovia on Tuesday, playing for 79 minutes in a 2-1 friendly loss to Nigeria a few weeks short of his 52nd birthday.

"We were paid $2,000 each by the President of Liberia", one of the players at the game said.

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"It was a big motivation to play against him".

There was better news for the other Weah in action, though, as teenager Timothy helped United States of America record a 1-0 triumph over Mexico.

Weah, who scored a landslide victory in presidential elections last December, is the only African footballer to win the world and European awards.

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Weah, 51, featured briefly for Lone Star in the encounter, and his every touch on the ball was hailed with loud roar from the fans.

Nigeria on the other hand fielded a respectable team for the friendly.

His former worldwide teammate James Debbah also played the match which Turkey-based forward Henry Onyekuru and Italy-based striker Simeon Nwankwo scored for Nigeria in the first half while Liberia reduced the deficit through a penalty kick in the second half when Semi Ajayi handled in the box.

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Leicester's Wilfred Ndidi and midfielder Peter Etebo of Stoke City both started for Nigeria in what was a relatively strong team for Liberia's opponents.