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Weekend Review: 13 Nigerian Stars Who Found Back Of The Net



After participating in the UEFA Champions League, Europa League and Conference League actions resumed at the weekend with team shifting their focus back to its domestic league.

In almost a thousand league played across the weekend, Nigerian stars were impressive for their sides as they found back of the net and contributed assists.

1. Tolu Arokodare (Genk, Belgium )
The tallish center-forward contributed a goal as Genk fought hard to earn a point against Eupen on a 3-3 score line.

2. Victor Boniface (Bayern Leverkusen, Germany)
The Nigeria Super Eagles strike came through with another brace as Leverkusen claimed a home win over 1. FC Heidenheim 1846

3. Rafiu Durosinmi (Viktoria Plezen, Czech Republic)
The gangling forward scored yet another brace as Viktoria Plezen ran riot over Padubice.

4. Willaim Agada (Sporting Kansas, USA)
Agada came through with a goal in his birthday week to help Sporting Kansas in gaining a 2-1 win over Houston Dynamo.

5. Abdullahi Tanko (Banik Ostrava, Czech Republic)
Proflic forward, Tanko added to his goal tally as Banik Ostrava claimed a deserved home win over Zlin

6. Moses Simon (Nantes, France)
Simon once more regarded a goal, two goals in two consecutive games as Nantes claimed a win against Lorient

7. Offia Henry (Trelleborgs, Sweden)
The former Nigeria Under-20 ace scored a goal which was inspirational In Trelleborgs dramatic win over Utikens.

8. Abdullahi Shuaibu (Kapaz, Azerbaijan)
The Nigerian striker scored one of Kapaz goals in their 2-2 stalemate against Sabah.

9. Chinedu Stephen (NK Siroki Brijeg, Bosnia)
Chinedu was the hero for NK Siroki Brijeg as he solitary strike was all the team needed for a win over Sarajevo.

10. Peter Godly Michael (VPS, Finland)
In-form Peter Michael scored his 13th goal of the season to help VPS in winning Honka.

11. Stephen Odey (Randers FC, Denmark)
Odey scored Randers FC only goal as they were held to a 1-1 draw at home to AGF.

12. Kehinde Fatai (ASC Oțelul Galați, Romania)
The experienced forward scored his first league goal of the new campaign in ASC Oțelul Galați 0-2 win over Craiova.

13. James Ajako (FUS Rabat, Morocco)
The left-back defender was the hero for FUS Rabat as his late minute goal saved the team a defeat against Algiers top-flight league giants in the CAF Confederation Cup

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Nigeria Duo Of Ahmed & Igbokwe Scores In Gent 0-4 Win Over Heist



Nigeria duo of Goodluck Igbokwe and Ahmed Abdullahi added to their goal tally in the Belgian National Division 1 following their goal involvement in KAA Gent B 0-4 win away from home against Heist.

The Nigeria Under-20 duo has been in astonishing form in the colours of Gent B with handful of goals to their name with red-hot forward Ahmed Abdullahi leading the goal scorers chart with 10goals.

Following its lose on Matchday 12, Heist braced up for a tough test against Gent B as they eye a win and a change of fortune to turn around their position on the log.

Hoping to climb on the log, Gent B filed out against Heist on Matchday 13 hoping to sustain its winning streak.

First half of the game went the way of the visitors as Gent B opened scoring at the 21st minute to lead at half time.

In the second half, Nigeria forward, Ahmed Abdullahi doubled Gent B lead before the team killed off the game with (2) more goals and Nigeria forward, Goodluck Igbokwe closing scoring with his 80th minute goal to earn the fixture on a win for Gent B on a 0-4 score line

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Belgian Cup: Nigeria Striker Goal Inspires Royal Antwerp Comeback Against Royal Charleroi



Nigeria wing wizard , Chidera Ejuke, put up another fantastic display as his goal inspired Royal Antwerp 5-2 comeback victory over Royal Charleroi Sporting Club in Wednesday night in the Belgian cup.

The Nigeria international who has been in outstanding form after opening his goal account in Royal Antwerp draw away from him booked a place in the Belgian cup and came through big for the team with a goal.

The Nigeria Super Eagles star was inspirational in Royal Antwerp encounter against Royal Charleroi Sporting Club as his strike was enough to help his side subdue its opponents in the Belgian cup.

First half of the game had the visitors, Royal Charleroi Sporting Club, taking an early lead after breaking the deadlock at the 28th minute and went ahead to double its lead at the 31st minute.

Royal Antwerp turning point began lately in the first half as Nigeria forward Chidera Ejuke reduced the deficit to 2-1 before the half time brea.

Royal Antwerp built on Ejuke’s goal to start a come back as they leveled parity at 57th minute and went ahead to score at the 71st, 76th and 90th minute to earn a 5-2 win at full time

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Chidera Ejuke: Nigeria Striker Wins Goal Of The Month Award In Belgium



Chidera Ejuke, Super Eagles forward, has won the Royal Antwerp goal of the month award for November

The winner was announced on the team Instagram page earlier today

The Nigerian scored an exquisite goal in Royal Antwerp 1-1 stalemate against Koninklijke Sint-Truidense Voetbalvereniging, a goal which served a point for the team.

The goal came in the 81st minute of the second half as Koninklijke Sint-Truidense Voetbalvereniging were already cruising to a slim home win but Ejukes goal ensured a share of spoils.

After making huge statement after coming off the bench to find back of the net against Koninklijke Sint-Truidense Voetbalvereniging, the Nigeria Super Eagles star has continued to be consistent with goal scoring and top performance in league and cup games for Royal Antwerp.

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