Parents try to make their children become successful Footballers by encouraging them to work harder.
When brothers engage in the same trade of playing football to the highest level, it is usually unique.
In the past the likes of Segun Odegbami, Wole Odegbami, Emmanuel Okala, Patrick Okala, Sunday Oliseh, Azubuike Oliseh, Eguatu Oliseh, Emmanuel Amunike, Kelvin Amunike, Kanu Nwankwo and Christopher Kanu have all defended the colours of Nigeria.
A few Super Eagles stars have their siblings trying to emulate them, so today we look at some of those players whose brothers are following their footsteps.
3. Ola Aina and Jordan Aina
One of the most-talked about players is Jordan Aina. He was born in England, but his brother Ola Aina, is on the books of Torino.
Jordan is currently unattached but he played for Chelsea and Fulham in the past.
2. Chidiebere Nwakali and Kelechi Nwakali
Another player is Chidiebere Nwakali whose sibling Kelechi lists Arsenal, Porto, MVV Maastricht and VVV Venlo as his former clubs.
Kelechi now picks up his wages at Huesca and turned out for Alcorcon on loan last term.
1. Kenneth Omeruo and Lucky Omeruo
Kenneth Omeruo came to the limelight during the 2009 FIFA U17 World Cup in Nigeria. He fully exploded at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations as the Super Eagles won the tournament.
His brother Lucky Omeruo is a forward who lists