Super Eagles duo, Kelechi Ihenacho and Wilfred Ndidi, made history with Leicester City as the East Midlands club clinched their first-ever FA Cup trophy on Saturday.
Midfielder, Youri Tielemanns, scored a screamer from 25 yards in the 63rd minute to hand Brendan Rodgers' side the all-important victory.
The Foxes became the 44th team to win the competition and the first new winner since Wigan won the competition in the 2012/13 season.
Chelsea have now come second for the second consecutive season after losing the final 2-1 to Mikel Arteta's Arsenal last season.
From Premier League greats such as Nwankwo Kanu and Mikel Obi, Nigeria has been well represented in the tournament.
WUZUPNIGERIA brings you a list of Nigerians who have won the oldest football competition in the world.
Daniel Amokachi – Everton, 1995
Celestine Babayaro – Chelsea, 2000
Kanu Nwankwo – Arsenal, 2002 & 2003; Portsmouth, 2008
John Utaka – Portsmouth, 2008
Mikel Obi – Chelsea, 2007, 2009, & 2012
Alex Iwobi – Arsenal, 2017
Victor Moses – Chelsea, 2018