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|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 9:56am On Nov 22, 2010|
Greek Super League
AO Kavala - AEK Athinai 2:1
46' Benjamin Onwuachi (AO Kavala) (2:0)
CF Sportul Studentesc Bucuresti - FC Vaslui 0:1
72' Yero Bello (FC Vaslui) (0:1)
Turkey Super Ligi 2
Rizespor - Boluspor 2:1
88' Clement Aboagye (Rizespor) (2:1)
Denmark Division 1 League
Vestsjaelland - Viborg 3:2
78' Babajide Ogunbiyi (Viborg) (3:2)
Club Africain - Espérance Sportive de Tunis 2:2
25' (pen.) Michael Eneramo (Espérance Sportive de Tunis) (0:1)
El Ismaily - Al Ahly 3:1
38' Eze Godwin Ndubuisi (El Ismaily) (3:0)
Kuwaiti Federation Cup
AlFahaheel - Altadamon 1:2
68' Adolfols Prince (Altadamon) (0:2)
South African Cup
Maritzburg United - Orlando Pirates 0:3
43' Ezenwa Otorogu (Orlando Pirates) (0:2)
Ok. The weekend is done.
Onwuachi (7 goals this season), Prince and Otorogu are turning out to be regulars on this thread. I think each should be looked at. Especially Otorogu who has been churning out some amazing perfomances.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 1:46pm On Nov 23, 2010|
Cyprus 1st Div. League
Olympiakos Nicosia - APOP Kinuras 1:1
75' Philip Chidi Onyemah (Olympiakos Nicosia) (1:1)
Danish First League
Odense BK - FC Midtjylland 3:2
58' Peter Utaka (Odense BK) (1:2)
Jordan League Professional
Al-Ahly - Al-Yarmouk 2:3
78' Ike Iniesta (Al-Yarmouk) (2:2)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 7:58am On Nov 26, 2010|
Slight change in the way I write:
El Ettehad El Sakandary - El Ismaily 1:3
47' Otobong Ene Edet (El Ettehad El Sakandary) (1:1)
Itthad Al Shorta - Misr Elmaqasah 3:0
70' Minusu Buba (Itthad Al Shorta) (3:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by honeric01(m): 9:42am On Nov 26, 2010|
Thanks for keeping this thread alive, thumbs up bro
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:02am On Nov 26, 2010|
If I don't write it means that I found no Nigerian goals during the given day. Since I've started writing this up I think the thread has all the Nigerian goals in the leagues that I can access info about. Hopefully I didn't miss anything.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by SeXyBoNE: 11:51pm On Nov 27, 2010|
Saturday November 27, 2010
English Premier League
West Ham United 3 - 1 Wigan Athletic
56’ Victor Obinna Nsofor (West Ham) (2:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:39am On Nov 28, 2010|
Jordan League Professional 2010/2011
Al-Yarmouk - Al-Arabi 3:1
50' Ike Iniesta (Al-Yarmouk) (2:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:58am On Nov 28, 2010|
Ukraine Vischaya League
SC Tavriya Simferopol - Vorskla 2:2
11' Lucky Idahor (SC Tavriya Simferopol) (2:0)
Swiss Challenge League
FC Schaffhausen - Lausanne 1:1
54' Saidu Alade Aleshina (FC Schaffhausen) (1:1)
Belgium League 2e Klasse
FCV Dender EH - FC Molenbeek Brussels 2:1
32' Onyeka Onwuekelu (FC Molenbeek Brussels) (1:1)
AFC Wimbledon - Stevenage 0:2
81' Yemi Odubade (Stevenage) (0:2)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by honeric01(m): 2:13pm On Nov 28, 2010|
This is certainly not a Nigerian name.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 2:32pm On Nov 28, 2010|
I'm guessing Iniesta is not his real name. More like a nickname. As far as I can confirm he is Nigerian.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by honeric01(m): 3:01pm On Nov 28, 2010|
Is he black? Ike sounds like a Spanish name too.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 3:44pm On Nov 28, 2010|
Have a look:
And Ike can be short for Ikechukwu
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 8:41pm On Nov 28, 2010|
Usual suspects score again,
French League 1
Caen - FC Sochaux 0:3
49' Brown Ideye (FC Sochaux) (0:2)
7th goal of the season
Greek National League A
Olympiakos Volou - Kavala FC 1:1
90' Benjamin Onwuachi (Kavala FC) (1:1
7th goal of the season
(Onwuachi received a straight red straight afterwards)
Turkey Super Ligi
Karabukspor - Ankaragucu 5-1
26' Emmanuel Emenike (Karabukspor) (1:0)
88' Emmanuel Emenike (Karabukspor) (5:1)
10th goal of the season for Emenike
German Bundesliga 2nd Div.
Karlsruher SC - Rot-Weiss Oberhausen 4:0
47' Macauley Chrisantus (Karlsruher SC) (2:0)
E.Gawafel.S.Gafsa - Avenir Sportif de Gabes 1:0
66' Ibe Ogbana (E.Gawafel.S.Gafsa) (1:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by honeric01(m): 10:09pm On Nov 28, 2010|
Yeye man, ashamed of his own name, yes ike can be short form of ikechukwu but i think it's mostly spelt IK and not Ike, this dude obviously want to sound Spanish by all means. the spanish people are the ones who use IKE and IKER, Nigerians use IK.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 11:26pm On Nov 29, 2010|
German Bundesliga 2nd Div.
SpVgg Gr. Fürth - TSV 1860 Munich 1:0
27' Kingsley Onuegbu (SpVgg Gr. Fuerth) (1:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 11:50pm On Nov 30, 2010|
Actually no goals to be mentioned, but I can not omit the fact that Obinna Nsofor had the game of his career. He singlehandedly destroyed Man Utd in the FA Cup (end score 4:0) with 4 assists and 1 wrongfully dissallowed goal,
Watch it here:
A brilliant game by the Nigerian.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by RSA(m): 2:17pm On Dec 02, 2010|
Ref gives it to Otorogu
Posted: 2010-11-29 17:06
The Premier Soccer League has cleared the confusion surrounding Orlando Pirates’ second goal against Maritzburg United on Friday night.
Bucs won 2-1 at the Harry Gwala Stadium and their winner in the 83rd minute has either been given as an own-goal by Maritzburg United defender Fabian McCarthy according to media reports, including the Maritzburg United website.
However, some reports states that Ezenwa Otorogu scored the goal after a Maritzburg United defender tried to save McCarthy’s blushes by attempting to clear the ball on the line, but Otorogu put in his leg, handing Bucs the win.
KickOff.com sought clarity from the PSL’s PR and Press manager Altaaf Kazi and the latter confirmed Otorogu has been credited with the goal.
“According to the referee’s report on the match Otorogu scored the goal,” says Kazi. “So the referee, Jacob Frolick, gives the goal to Otorogu in his report and that’s how it will be,” Kazi adds.
Therefore, it means Otorogu has now scored two League goals for Bucs, the other one against Kaizer Chiefs recently when Bucs lost 3-1.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:36am On Dec 04, 2010|
Itthad Al Shorta - El Gounah 1:0
91' Minusa Buba (Itthad Al Shorta) (1:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by niceone3(m): 12:12pm On Dec 04, 2010|
i fink Ike is d prefered short form of Ikenna while IK for Ikechukwu. Though atimes they can both be used for either. However, Ike is traditionally prefered b/c it is d conventional short form and it means power. Ik is only a fancy name and has no meaning on it's own.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 9:43am On Dec 05, 2010|
Italian Serie B
Varese - Reggina
51' Osarimen Ebagua (Varese) (1:0)
Odense BK - Aalborg BK
27' Peter Utaka (Odense BK) (1:0)
57' Peter Utaka (Odense BK) (3:0
Serbia 1. SFL League
Javor - Rad Belgrade 2:1
18' Obiora Emmanuel Odita (Javor) (1:0)
E.Gawafel.S.Gafsa - A.S. Marsa 2:1
63' Ibe Ogbana (E.Gawafel.S.Gafsa) (1:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 8:58am On Dec 06, 2010|
Relatively good Sunday in the big leagues for Nigerians
Italian Calcio League A
US Lecce - Genoa 1:3
45' Edward Ofere (US Lecce) (1:0)
English Premier League
West Bromwich Albion - Newcastle United FC 3:1
71' Peter Odemwingie (West Bromwich Albion) (2:0)
89' Peter Odemwingie (West Bromwich Albion) (3:0)
Turkey Super Ligi 2010/2011
Fenerbahce - Karabukspor 2:1
45' Emmanuel Emenike (Karabukspor) (2:1)
Goal tally is up to 11 for the season. Emenike remains top scorer of the league.
Swiss Challenge League
FC Chiasso - Wohlen 4:1
55' Ikechukwu Kalu (FC Chiasso) (2:0)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by 9jabizhelp(m): 12:40pm On Dec 06, 2010|
Wow, Nigerian players are everywhere.
I hope Siasia is watching all this players.
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by manuch(m): 10:35pm On Dec 06, 2010|
Brown Ideye (Sochaux): Super Eagles in-form striker, Brown Ideye failed to score for Sochaux’s in their 2-1 home win over Valencienines at the Bonal stadium on Saturday evening.
A first half strike from Carlao in the 15th minute and another from Modibo Maiga after the break in the 55th minute put the home team in control. Sanchez Moreno’s goal ten minutes later was not enough to earn Valenciennes a share of the spoils.
It was Ideye’s 16th start for Sochaux in the on-going Ligue 1 season and has scored 7 goals for the sixth placed team.
Taye Taiwo ( Olympic Marseille): Super Eagles left back Taye Ismaila Taiwo played the entire duration of Marseille’s 1-0 away loss to Nice at the Municipal stadium Sunday evening.
Taiwo who hold Marseille record appearance in the Uefa Champions League with 56 caps has played 16 times for the French Champions so far this term and has scored three times. Emerse Fae struck an injury time winners to give Nice the win in the South Coast derby.
Onyekachi Apam (Stade Rennes), Lukman Haruna (AS Monaco): Super Eagles midfielder, Haruna Lukman was handed his first start of the season on his birthday as Monaco were pipped 1-0 to Stade Rennes who is yet to parade their recuperating Eagles defender, Onyekachi Apam in the on-going season.
Victor Montano’s 64th minute penalty ensured Rennes reclaimed top spot in the Ligue 1 Rennes goalie. Nicolas Douchez was at full stretch to deny Haruna a goal in the 18th minute of play after he parried his shot for a corner. It was Apache’s second appearance for Monaco this term.
Chinedu Obasi (TSG Hoffenheim): Recuperating Super Eagles striker, Chinedu Obasi who underwent surgery on his right shin a forthnight ago was expectedly not listed for Hoffenheim in their 1-1 draw away to VFB Stuttgart at the Mercedes Benz Arena Saturday evening.
Obasi has played only four games for the Village team so far this season before his injury sidelined him again.
Moses Lamidi (RW Oberhausen): Nigerian player Moses Lamidi scored his sixth goal in his sixth start for RW Oberhausen in their 2-1 home loss to Alemamia Aachen at the Neidermein Stadium Friday evening in the Bundesliga 2.
Ali Arslan and Thomas Stehle scored Aachen’s goals in the 45th and 50th minute before Lamidi grabbed a consolation goal five minutes later.
Macauley Chrisantus (Karlsruhe): Former Flying Eagles striker, Macauley Chrisantus played or 32 minutes in Karlsruhe’s 1-0 away loss to Fortuna Dusseldorf at the LTU Arena Sunday afternoon.
It was Macauley’s 12th league game for Karlsruhe in the Bundesliga 2 and he has scored thrice so far .He replaced Lukas Rupp in the 58th minute of play.
Oluwafemi Ajilore (Groningen): Super Eagles midfielder, Oluwafemi Ajilore was on for six minutes in Groningen’s 4-1 thumping of Vitesse Arnhem at the Euroborg stadium Friday evening. It was the Ijesa boy’s seventh appearance for Groningen in the Eredivise this season.
Kalu Uche (Almeria): Super Eagles attacking midfielder, Kalu Uche played all 90 minutes for Almeria in their 1-1 home draw against Real Zaragoza who did not parade his younger brother IK Uche due to injury at the Mediterano stadium on Sunday evening.
It was Kalu’s 9th game of the season for Almeria and has scored three goals in the La Liga.
Odion Jude Ighalo (Cesena): Former Flying Eagles skipper, Odion Jude Ighalo was not listed for Cesena as they lost 2-0 at home to Bologna at the Manuzzi stadium Sunday evening.
Strikes in both halfs from Marco Di Vaio in and Miguel Britos sealed win for Bologna.The Nigerian has so far made only three substitute appearances for Cesena since joining from Udinese on loan in the Serie A.
Edward Ofere (Lecce): One time Super Eagles Invitee, Edward Ofere scored his second goal in his 4th start in the Serie A for Lecce as they lost 2-1at home to Genoa at the Viadel Mare Stadium Sunday afternoon.
It was his seventh appearance for Lecce in the on-going campaign in the league.
Nnamdi Oduamadi (AC Milan): Former Flying Eagles striker, Nnamdi Oduamadi was not listed for AC Milan as they thumped Brescia 3-0 at the San Siro stadium on Saturday.
Goals from Prince Boateng in the 4th minute, Robinho in the 28th and Zlatan Ibrahamovic in the 31st minute sealed the win for the Rossoneri. Oduamadi has only featured once as a substitute for Massimmo Allegri’s side so far this term in the Serie A.
Obiorah Nwankwo, Joel Obi (Inter Milan): Former Flying Eagles midfielder, Obiorah Nwankwo was an unused substitute in Inter Milan’s 3-1 defeat away to Lazio at the Stadio Olimpico Friday night.
Giuseppe Biara shot the host into the lead on 26 minute before Mauro Zarate doubled their lead in the 53rd minute. However, Goran Pandev gave the defending Champions hope of a comeback in the 74th minute but Hernanes dashed it as he sealed the win for Lazio with a free kick in stoppage time.
Obiorah has featured thrice for the European Champions as a substitute this term in the Serie A while his compatriot Joel Obi expectedly was not listed for the clash due to a second to third degree strain on his left thigh.
Osariemen Ebagua (Varese) Daniel Adejo (Reggina): Former Flying Eagles defender, Daniel Adejo played all 90 minutes in his 17th start for Reginna in their 1-0 away loss to Varese who featured their Nigeria import, Osariemen Ebagua for 52 minutes in their win at the Franco Ossola stadium.
Osariemen Ebagua scored the only goal of the game in the 51st minute of the encounter. It was his 8th start and has scored three goals in the Serie B. He was booked in the 85th minute of the encounter.
Michael Odibe (AC Siena) Angelo Obinze Ogbonna, Christian Obodo (Torino): Super Eagles invitee, Angelo Obinze Ogbonna was paraded for 90 minute in his 15th start of the season for Torino in their 1-1 home draw against AC Siena who did not list Michael Odibe for the encounter.
Franco Brienza’s 86th goal for the visitors cancelled out Daniel De Vezze’s 13th minute strike for the seventh placed Torino. Ogbonna’s Nigerian compatriot at the club, Christian Obodo replaced Belingheri in the 75th minute of the encounter. It was Obodo’s 11th game in the Serie B.
Peter Utaka (OB Odense), Dickson Nwakaeme (Aab): One-cap Super Eagles striker, Peter Utaka scored a brace in Odense’s 6-0 thumping of Aab who paraded Dickson Nwakaeme for seven minutes at the Fiona Park in the Danish SAS Ligaen on Saturday.
A brace from Espen Ruud, Peter Utaka and goals from Hans Andreasen and Hennik Toft ensured the rout. It was Peter’s 19th game in the Danish League and has scored ten goals so far this term.
Egutu Oliseh Ergotelis: Former Nigerian youth international, Egutu Oliseh played all 90 minute for Ergotelis in their 1-1 draw against Iraklis at the Kaftanzogleio stadium on Saturday.
Pablo Lima’s 52nd minute strike cancelled out Romano’s 39th minute opener in the encounter. It was Egutu’s 13th appearance for Ergotelis in the Greek Super Liga this term.
Solomon Okpako (Panionios): Super Eagles team B striker, Solomon Okpako was an unused substitute for Panionious as they lost by a lone goal at home to Kerkyra at the Panionios stadium Saturday evening.
Carvalho Flavinho scored the only goal of the encounter in the 17th minute. The former Kano Pillars striker made his debut a forthnight ago in their 1-0 win over Larissa.
Adefemi Olubayo (Xanthi Skoda): Super Eagles right back,Olubayo played for 90 minutes in Xanthi’s 1-0 home win over Olympiakos Volos at the Skoda Xanthi Arena Sunday
afternoon Marcelinho scored the only goal of the encounter in the 57th minute. It was the former Flying Eagles star’s 10th start of the season in the Greek League.
Rabiu Afolabi (SV Salzburg): Super Eagles defender, Afolabi played all 90minutes for Salzburg as they played a 1-1 draw at home to Austria Wien at the Red Bull Arena on Saturday.
Aleksandar Dragovic’s 86th minute goal cancelled out Mendes da Silva’s 28th minute opener for Salzburg. It was Robocop’s 16th appearance of the season for Salzburg.
Isaac Promise (Manisapor): Former Flying Eagles skipper, Isaac Promise played his 9th game for Manisapor and picked his third yellow card in their 2-0 win over Gaziantepspor at the Mayis stadium Saturday evening.
An own goal from Emre Gungor in the 40th minute and Kahe’s first half stoppage time goal gave Manisapor all three points from the encounter. Isaac has so far scored two goals and has been yellow carded three times.
Uwa Echiejile (Sporting Braga): Super Eagles left back, Uwa Echijile played for 13 minutes in Braga’s 3-1 away loss to Uniao De Leiria at the Magalhaes stadium on Saturday.
Alex Carlao’s brace cancelled out Matheus Nascimento 8th minute opener for Braga.
However Silas Fernandes dashed Braga’s hopes of earning a point when he scored the third for Uniao Leira in stoppage time.
Uwa has so far played 13 times for Braga in the Portuguese Liga this season.
Vincent Enyeama (Hapoel Tel Aviv), Austin Ejide (Hapoel Petak Tikva): Super Eagles first choice goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama was paraded for the entire duration of Hapeol’s 5-1 drubblng of Hapoel Petak Tikva who did not list his compatriot, Austin Ejide for the clash at the Ramat Gan Stadium.
It was Enyeama’s 13th appearance for Hapoel in the Ligat AL this term and has conceded 12 goals scoring none while his compatriot Ejide is yet to feature for Petak Tikva in the on going Israeli league
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by niceone3(m): 6:25am On Dec 08, 2010|
^ great analysis
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 4:27pm On Dec 08, 2010|
I agree. Good analysis. Got one goal I missed by Moses Lamidi. However the analysis missed the Emenike goal that keeps him top of the Turkish league scoring list.
I found the analysis here:
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by medjai(m): 5:37pm On Dec 08, 2010|
Sia1 had better call up Peter Utaka and Brown Ideye. These two are scoring goals with ease in the Danish and French leagues respectively
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by semid4lyfe(m): 11:09pm On Dec 08, 2010|
So Haruna Babangida of FSV Mainz in the German Bundesliga is yet to score a goal this season?
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 11:31pm On Dec 08, 2010|
Actually he scored in the reserves (I believe twice), Always something,
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 2:24pm On Dec 11, 2010|
Emmanuel Emenike scores again, not bad for someone who is theorethically an attacking midfielder,
Holland Eredivisie League
Heracles Almelo - VVV-Venlo 2:2
90' Uchebo Okechukwu (VVV Venlo) (2:2)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:14am On Dec 12, 2010|
Turkey Super Ligi
Karabukspor - Antalyaspor 2:0
86' Emmanuel Emenike (Karabukspor) (2:0)
Attacking midfielder's Emenike twelth of the season. Goes topscorer all by himself.
Given that the Turkish Federation are adamant at having him play for them it's high time Siasia talked to him, before it's too late.
Read more about Emenike and his nightmare relations with the NFF here:
Italian Serie B
Modena - Varese 0:2
16' Osarimen Ebagua (Varese) (0:1)
English League Div. 3
Macclesfield Town FC - Gillingham FC 2:4
33' Adebayo Akinfenwa (Gillingham FC) (1:4)
English FA Trophy
Sudbury - Hampton and Richmond 1:4
41' Lawrence Yaku (Hampton and Richmond) (1:4)
Avenir Sportif de Gabes - Espérance Sportive de Tunis 2:1
64' (pen.) Michael Eneramo (Espérance Sportive de Tunis) (2:1)
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by 12large1: 6:54am On Dec 13, 2010|
abeg emenike is a full striker skillful amokachi def not a midfilder or a striker/winger he already talked to sia1
|Re: Goals From Nigerians All Over The World by marutimon: 10:06am On Dec 13, 2010|
Italian Calcio League A 2010/2011
US Lecce - Chievo Verona 3:2
16' Edward Ofere (US Lecce) (1:0)
Ofere's third goal of the season, which is quite good given that Ofere has only had a handful of starts. His perfomances of late have made him a starter in the last few games.
Greek National League A
Ergotelis - Kerkyra 3:0
6' Egutu Oliseh (Ergotelis) (1:0)
Greek National League A
Xanthi - Kavala 1:1
3' Benjamin Onwuachi (Kavala) (1:1)
Swiss Super League
FC Grasshopper - FC Basel 2:1
12' Innocent Emeghara (FC Grasshopper) (1:0)
16' Innocent Emeghara (FC Grasshopper) (2:0)
Turkey Super Ligi 2
Samsumspor - B.B. Gaziantep 4:0
24' Akeem Agbetu (Samsumspor) (1:0)
68' Simon Zenke (Samsumspor) (4:)
Italian League C1 B
Juve Stabia - Benevento 2:1
40' Jerry Uche Mbakogu (Juve Stabia) (1:0)
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