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Weekend Review: 11 Nigerian Players Who Found Back Of The Net

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The last weekend actions across Europe saw Nigerian players performing for their respective clubs.

There is a lot of positive showing from Nigerians abroad as many came through with goals and assists whilst some played pivotal role to their team success..

It was an encouraging weekend for Nigerian with a lot of top performances across the globe.

However, there are 11 players who worked hard to found back of the net.

1. Kingsley Eduwo (Al Arabi, Kuwait)
Eduwo came through big at the weekend to net a brace and assisted twice in Al Arabi 4-0 win.

2. Victory Beniangba (Genk, Belgium)
Beniangba Solitary Strike was all Jong Genk needed to fly pass Royal Excelsior Virton.

3. Ebuka Okoye (Al Ahli Tripoli, Libya)
Okoye sustained his debut routine as his scored in his first ever Apperance for Al Ahli Tripoli.

4. Gift Orban (KAA Gent, Belgium)

Orban found back of the net twice in Gent 3-3 stalemate, a brace in his debut for KAA Gent.

5. Sunday Adetunji (Shkupi, Macedonia)
Adetunji scored thrice as Shkupi claimed a big win against Žalgiris in a club friendly.

6. Abdulrahman Taiwo (Spartak Trnava, Slovakia)
Taiwo came through with his 4th league goal to help Tranava clinch maximum points.

7. Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England)
Kelz had a goal and assist to his name in Leicester City 4-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur.

8. Peter Onyekachi (HaSharon Football Club, Israel)
Onyekachi was the hero for his side as he scored his side only goal in the game.

9. Chukwudi Goodluck Igbokwe (Jong Gent, Belgium)
Igbokwe continued with his goal scoring form as he scored his side only goal in their 1-1 draw.

10. Samuel Akere (Botev Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
Akere was inspirational as his goal helped his side clinch a big 2-0 home win.

11. Victor Osimhen (Napoli, Italy)
The Prince of Napel fired another goal to help Napoli beat Cremonose.

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Sensational David Ankeye Scores Brace, Bags Assist As Hammam-Sousse Whitewash De Soliman

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Nigerian born Center-forward, David Akpan Ankeye, continued his goal scoring feast in the current Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 season following his brace and an assist in ES Hammam-Sousse 5-1 pummeling of Avenir Sportif de Soliman.

The sensational 21-year-old center forward has been tipped for greatness following his exciting goal scoring prowess.

Winning tasty ES Hammam-Sousse looked forward to a change of fortune starting from it’s play-off fixture against Avenir Sportif de Soliman at home.

Just like the host, the visitors,Avenir Sportif de Soliman were faced with an uphill task of redeeming it’s self right when they face ES Hammam-Sousse away from home.

The host, ES Hammam-Sousse, were the first to break the deadlock at the 40th minute, a goal which separated the two sides at half time.

On re-emergence for the second half, ES Hammam-Sousse ran riot over Avenir Sportif de Soliman to score (4) goals with Nigerian born Recording a brace and his fellow Compatriot, Godspower Aniefiok, scoring last goal of the game.

With the brace against Avenir Sportif de Soliman, David Akpan Ankeye thus has (4) league goals to his name.

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King Tower: Nigerian International Aniefiok Godspower Scores In ES Hammam-Sousse Big Win

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Nigerian Forward, Godspower Aniefiok, added to his goal account in the current Tunisian Ligue Professionnelle 1 season following his goal in ES Hammam-Sousse 5-1 pummeling of Avenir Sportif de Soliman.

The highly rated striker since arriving at ES Hammam-Sousse has been ever present with lots of action minutes under his belt.

Winning tasty ES Hammam-Sousse looked forward to a change of fortune starting from it’s play-off fixture against Avenir Sportif de Soliman at home.

Just like the host, the visitors,Avenir Sportif de Soliman were faced with an uphill task of redeeming it’s self right when they face ES Hammam-Sousse away from home.

The host, ES Hammam-Sousse, were the first to break the deadlock at the 40th minute, a goal which separated the two sides at half time.

On re-emergence for the second half, ES Hammam-Sousse ran riot over Avenir Sportif de Soliman to score (4) goals with Nigerian international, Godspower Aniefiok, scoring last goal of the game, his second league goal of the season.

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Weekend Review: Nine (9) Nigerian Stars Outstanding For Clubsides

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Admist the International break,actions wereo underway across European and Scandevian leagues as teams continue their quest for domestic glory in their various league and cup Games.

Nigerian players didn’t disappoint as they showed up big with their various Clubside with outstanding displays in their ranks and below is as general review of outstanding Nigerian players.

1. Chinwendu Ihezuo (C.F Monterrey, Mexico)
Ihezuo scored Monterrey only goal in their 1-1 draw in derby fixture against UNAL.

2. Ibrahim Olawoyin (Rizespor Kulübü, Turkey)
The dashing Nigerian winger provided assist to Rizespor Kulübü match winning goal away from home.

3. Azubuike Okechukwu (Rizespor Kulübü, Turkey)
The midfielder who played from the middle of the park gave in a good shift to help Rizespor Kulübü clinch a 1-0 win away.

4. Jonathan Okoronkwo (Krasnodar, Russia)
The Nigeria striker gave in a good fight upfront for Krasnodar as they recorded a slim home win.

5. William Agada (Sporting Kansas, USA)
The Nigerian international scored his first League goal of the season in his side disappointing home loss.

6. Chiamaka Nnadozie ( FC Paris, France)
The Super Falcons goalkeeper played out all 90mins with a clean-sheet in her side 0-0 draw.

7. Uchenna Kanu (Racing Louisville, USA)
Uchenna marked her debut and contributed to her side win away from home.

8. Peter Utaka (Ventforet Kofu, Japan)
Nigerian Forward Peter Utaka record a brace and an assist in his side win

9. Kelechi Nwakali (Ponferredina, Spain)
The midfield maestro played all 90mins to help his side to goalless draw.

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