I don’t think so? (Unless I’m missing a Nilbog joke here...)I'm pretty sure you have the part about which gods were overcome backwards.
From Volo’s Guide, p 182
When Maglubiyet conquered the goblin gods, he in-tended to leave only Khurgorbaeyag alive as a harsh overseer who would keep the goblins under heel. But the goblins' pantheon included a trickster deity who was de-termined to get the last laugh. Although its essence was shattered by Maglubiyet, this trickster god survives in splintered form as a possessing spirit that arises when goblinoids form a host, causing disorder in the ranks un-less it is appeased. Goblins have no name for this deity and dare not give it one, lest Maglubiyet use its name to ensnare and crush it as he did their other deities. They call the possessing spirit, and the goblin possessed by it, a nilbog ("goblin" spelled backward), and they revel in the fear that a nilbog sows among the ranks of the bug-bears and hobgoblins in the host.