Okocha & Weah celebrated as PSG iconic scorers

Ligue 1 By: Ikponmwosa Umweni | 24/01/2020

Super Eagles legend Austin Jay-Jay Okocha and Liberia President Gorge Weah where celebrated by Paris Saint-Germain as their iconic scorers in the club history

The 53-year-old striker moved to Le Parc des Princes in 1992 where he won Ligue 1 and Coupe de France before the top scorer of 1994–95 UEFA Champions League with seven goals, after reaching the semi-finals with the club, one of which was a skilful individual "wonder-goal" against Bayern Munich in the group stage, on 23 November.

Weah is the only Africa player that have won Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year till date but Liberia President scored PSG 1500 goal.

However, Jay-Jay Okocha is another African on the list of the iconic scorer Paris Saint-Germain but former Nigeria international joined Ligue 1 Champions around £14 million to become the most expensive African player at the time.

Super Eagles legend spend four-year with Les Parisiens played 84 matches and find back of the net 12 twice in the process but former Enugu Rangers attacking midfielder scored scissors kick to make it 2000 goals for the French club.

Okocha has also served as a mentor, at the time, for young Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho during his time in Paris but Bernard Guignedoux opens the floodgate of goal for the club, while Ezequiel Lavezzi netted 3000 and Tanguy Kouassi scored PSG 4000 goals.