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Nigerians Who Scored For Their Clubs This Past Mid-week



Nigeria decent and eligible players made huge statements at the mid-week with their goals which aid their teams to big wins in league and cup games at the mid-week.

Below are the outstanding Nigerians who found back of the net during the Mid-Week.

1. Odion Jude (Al-shaba, Saudi Arabia)
The former Nigeria international was on target on Thursday night to aid his side to a (3-0) big home win against Al-Taee. Odion Jude ranks the highest goal Scorer in the Saudi Arabia topflight league with 9goals.

2. Kingsley Eduwo (Al Urooba, UAE)
The former Lobi Stars striker opened his goal account in the United Arab Emirates topflight league with a brace against, Al Sharjah on Thursday afternoon.

3. John Okoli (Arab Contractors, Egypt)
The Nigerian eligible striker, Okoli continued from where he stopped last term as his solitary strike earned his side a big win in their first league match in the new campaign.

4. Ebenezer Okezie (Zimbru Chisinu, Moldova)
The former Supreme Kings Academy graduate, Ebenezer Okezie, opened his goal account in the Moldovan league cup gam in his side demolishion of, Drochia, in the Moldovan cup game.

5. Tosin Kehinde (Randers, Denmark)
The Dannish forward had a goal to his name as his side demolished, Middlefart, in the Landspokal Cup.

6. Stephen Odey (Randers Denmark)
The Nigeria professional football league goal king had a goal to his name as his side demolished visiting, Middlefart, at the mid-week in the Landspokal Cup. Compatriot, Onovo played all 90min.

7. Moses Ebiye (Tromso, Norway)
The 24years old forward came off the bench and went straight to the goal scorers sheet as his side recorded a big win against, ODD at the mid-week.

8. Samuel Adegbnero (Norrkoping, Sweden)
The big centre forward added to his goal tally as his were held to a stalemate against, Mjallby on Thursday night.

9. Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin, Germany)
The Super Eagles Striker, Taiwo Awoniyi, looks unstoppable at the moment after scoring yet again for Union Berlin as they ran out 3-1 winners against Waldhof Mannheim in the DFB Cup game played on Wednesday.

10. Ademola Lookman (Leicester City, England)
The former Salzburg striker gave Leicester City a 2-1 lead against Brighton on Wednesday before Enock Mwepu ensured the game went into extra time after equalising for Brighton in the 71st minute which Leicester went on to win 4-2.

11. Ibrahim Aliyu (NK Locomotiva,Crotia)
Nigerian eligible striker, Ibrahim Aliyu, was on target in Crotian cup as h scored a goal as NK Locomotiva edged NK Varazdin 3-2.

12. Peter Olayinka (Slaviaa Prague, Czech Republic)

The Super Eagles striker scored the only goal as Slavia Prague beat SK Sigma by a lone goal in the Czech 1st League.

13. Ike Ugbo (KRC Genk, Belgium)
The Nigerian born striker scored a brace for KRC Genk as they spanked Sint-Eloois-Winkel 6-0 in the Cup game.

14. Isaac Success (Udinese Calcio, Italy)
The former Nigeria junior international, Isaac Success, on Wednesday opened his Serie A goal account in Udinese 1-1 draw against Hellas Verona.

15. Joshua Zirkee (Anderlecht, Belgium)
The Nigerian, Joshua Zirkee, bagged a brace in Belgium as well as Anderlecht flogged Raal La Louviere 7-1.

16. Karim inOnisiwo (Mainz 05, Germany)
The young Nigerian had a goal and an assist as Mainz 05 beat Arminia Bielefeld 3-2 to book next round ticket in the DFB Cup.

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Weekend Review: Nine (9) Nigerian Stars Who Found Back Of Net



Actions resumed over the weekend across many leagues as teams continue their quest for domestic and continental glory in various Matchdays.

In over a thousand games played across top leagues at the weekend, Nigerian players were outstanding with their various clubsides and here are (9) Nigerian stars who found back of the net at the weekend.

1. Chidera Ejuke (Royal Antwerp, Belgium)

The Nigerian ‘magician’ was in his usual element as he scored and bagged assists to help Royal Antwerp clinch a 3-0 win.

2. Rasheed Sodiq (Rabotinick, Macedonia)

The Nigerian defender came through with a goal to help Rabotnicki Skopje secure a win at home.

3. Terem Moffi (OG Nice, France)

The Nigeria Super Eagles star scored his side only goal in their 2-1 defeat to Tolouse.

4. Boluwatife Ogungbayi (Slavia Praha, Czech Republic)

The highly rated forward fired in a brace to help Slavia Prague B clinch a 3-0 against Admira Prague.

5. Ahmed Abdullahi (Genk, Belgium)

Red-hot Ahmed Abdullahi in his scoring element scored twice to help Jong Genk down Royal Antwerp B at home.

6. Aliyu Ibrahim (Houston Dynamo, USA)

The Nigerian winger opened his goal account in the new season regardless his side 2-1 lose.

7. Effiong Nsungusi (FC Neftchi Fergana, Uzbekistan)

Nsungusi started off life with, FC Neftchi Fergana, on the front foot as he fired a brace to inspire the team win.

8. Olakunle Olusegun (FC Krasnodar, Russia)

The Nigerian striker opened scoring for his side to earn the team a point in their 1-1 stalemate.

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Nigeria Striker, Leke James Bags Degree In Business Management



Nigeria forward, Leke Samson James, has completed his Business and Sports Management course at the, University of Hertfordshire in United Kingdom.

James follows in the footstep of former Nigeria International, Seyi Olofinjana, Nigeria Super Eagles midfielder, Ndidi Wilfred as well as Nigeria Super Falcons duo of Rasheedat Ajibade and Uchenna Kanu. who bagged degrees in same discipline.

He started out his career in his native homeland playing for Bridge Boys.

He transferred to Aalesund on 6 January 2012,

On 26 July 2012 he made his first appearance for Aalesund coming on as a substitute at the start of the second half of the game versus Tirana in Europe League scoring twice in Aalesund’s 5–0 win. On 29 July 2012 he made his debut in Tippeligaen and also started his first match, against Stabæk.

Between 2016 and 2017 he played for Chinese club Beijing Enterprises Group in China League One.

On 30 April 2018, Molde FK announced the signing of James on a three-year contract.[2] He got his Molde debut on 26 July 2018 when he came on as a 67th minute substitute in Molde’s 3–0 win against Laçi in the 2018–19 UEFA Europa League second qualifying round. James scored Molde’s third goal in the game

On June 2019, James scored a perfect hat-trick in the first half in Molde’s 4–0 away win against Strømsgodset.[3]He scored with his right foot, left foot and his head and completed his hat-trick in 13 minutes and 45 seconds. On 11 July 2019.

After a short spell in the Saudi Pro League, James joined Süper Lig club Sivasspor on a two-year on 14 July 2021.[6]

On 30 December 2021, James scored two goals in Sivasspor’s 2–1 win over MKE Ankaragücü in the fifth round of the Turkish Cup.[7] Sivasspor would eventually defeat Kayserispor in the final to secure the club its first major honour.[8]

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Bulgarian Cup: Ukaki Success Shines In Botev Plovdiv Quarter-Finals Win.



Promising Nigerian youngster, Success Ukaki came through with another top performance in the colors of Bulgarian outfit, Botev Plovdiv, as he shone like a million stars in the keenly contested quarter-finals fixture between Botev Plovdiv and Spartak Varna in the Bulgarian cup.

Arriving from FDC Vista, Ukaki within a short term has continued to garner minutes of action under his belt as he delivered excellently haven started against Spartak Varna in the Bulgarian Cup quarterfinals.

Playing from Right-wing back position, Ukaki was a menace down the channels as he was a major threat offensively and still kept it solid defensively.

Ukaki and his Botev Plovdiv side squared up for a tricky clash in the quarter finals of the Bulgarian cup haven been drawn to trade tackles with Spartak Varna.

Spartak Varna has their quest for glory put to a litmus test haven been drawn to face top ranking Botev Plovdiv side away from home in the quarterfinals.

First half of the exciting fixture had Botev Plovdiv establishing a 1-0 lead at half time courtesy of Nigerian striker, Samuel Akere 22nd minute goal.

On return for the second half, Akere continued from where he stopped and this time provided assist for Popov.I 72nd minute goal which doubled Botev Plovdiv lead.

Spartak Varna fought back only to get a consolation goal which wasn’t enough to cause upset for Botev Plovdiv

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