Nigerian football icon, Stephen Keshi, is being honoured by Google on what would have been his 56th birthday.
The search engine changed its logo in Nigeria on Tuesday to an illustration of the legendary sports star.
Keshi was one of only two men to win the Africa Cup of Nations as both a player and coach.
But the later part of his career was described as turbulent by some after quitting over unpaid wages and later being sacked.
This is his story as written by Google: “Born in Azare, Nigeria in 1962, Keshi started his football career as a defender, and was among the first Nigerians to play professional football abroad.
“He developed his career and passion in mainly Belgian clubs. He was later educated in the US as a coach.
“He was known as the ‘Big Boss’ because of his leadership drive. He played for the Nigerian National team at the FIFA World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations, where he took home the title in 1994.”