EXTRA TIME: How Eto'o, Enyeama and African stars welcomed 2018

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The continent’s football stars ushered in the new year with various activities across social media

Kevin-Prince Boateng, Emmanuel Emenike, Samuel Eto’o, Emmanuel Adebayor, Kelechi Iheanacho, Pape Souare and other African stars joined the rest of the world to celebrate the arrival of 2018.

Some players who are currently on holiday due to the winter break in some major European leagues shared pictures with their family and friends while some England-based players were involved in Premier League action.

Below are how African stars celebrated the New Year’s Day on Instagram and Twitter.

 

Happy new year 2018 ❤️ @dondinels @ebsnation @nonnysmart

A post shared by Kelechi Iheanacho (@kelechi72) on

 

Feliz 2018 🌟

A post shared by Achraf Hakimi (@achrafhakimi) on

 

 

Can't really complain about a great 2017, but very much looking forward to 2018...

A post shared by Mohamed Salah (@mosalah22) on

 

Happy new year Feliz Ano Novo Felice Anno Nuovo 🌠🌠😊😊🙏🏾

A post shared by Nwankwo Obiora (@n_obiora4) on

 

What a start to 2018 🔥

A post shared by RM26 London Leicester Paris (@riyadmahrez26.7) on

 

2017 ✅ hoping for a great 2018! Happy new year everyone ❤️

A post shared by J.Schlupp (@jeffreyschlupp) on

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR 🎊🎈FROM US ❤️

A post shared by Kenneth Omeruo (@omeruo) on

 

New Year Same God #AGuy

A post shared by TN9 (@tonynwakaeme) on

 

Happy new year 🎊🎈🎆 🙏🏾 #chiefimam #ALLAHisgreat

A post shared by M. M. JUNIOR WAKASO (@mmjuniorwakaso) on

 

Happy new year to everyone love you all ✌️we made it.

A post shared by Emmanuel Emenike (@emenike_9) on

 

Happy new year 🎊🎆🎈

A post shared by Kevin Prince Boateng (@prince09_) on

 

Feliz año nuevo a todos 🙌🏾🙌🏾

A post shared by Thomas Teye Partey (@thomaspartey22) on

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