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How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Adejoke123(f): 9:12am On Sep 13
Two strikers named in Nigeria’s squad for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Paul Onuachu and Odion Ighalo have taken their tally for the season to four each in all competitions after getting on the scoresheet in league matches played on Sunday, September 12.

In a Belgian First Division A clash at Luminus Arena, Racing Genk goal machine Onuachu thought he had scored a decisive goal when he opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 73rd minute against Royale Union Saint Gilloise.

But RUSG’S number 9 Deniz Undav ensured honours were shared when he headed in the equaliser with almost the last kick of the game in the 95th minute .

Onuachu’s other league goals this season came against KV Kortrijk and OH Leuven, and he opened his account in Europe in a UEFA Champions League third qualifying tie versus Shakhtar Donetsk.

Odion Ighalo has now scored two braces this season from the first four league encounters after his pair of goals gave Al-Shabab a 2-0 win over Al Hazm at Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium.

The former Manchester United star broke the deadlock in the third minute before making it 2-0 in the 87th minute and putting the game out of the reach of Al Hazm.

All his four goals in the Saudi Pro League were scored at home.

Source: https://kikiotolunews.com/nigerian-players-in-europe-roundup-onuachu-spot-on-for-genk-al-shababs-ighalo-nets-brace/

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by NwaNimo1(m): 1:14pm On Sep 13

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by sayhi2bammy(m): 1:14pm On Sep 13
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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Hemanwel(m): 1:14pm On Sep 13
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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by SOLMICHAEL(m): 1:15pm On Sep 13
Paul Onuachu is so underrated. The guy dey ball

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Ayo2004: 1:16pm On Sep 13
Osimhen don score all him goals finish for pre-season matches

Who say village people no fit reach abroad dey craze angry

But see as these footballers dey fresh,at least two of my children or nephews must chop out of this new oyel money o

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Phiniter(m): 1:16pm On Sep 13
Paul
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Coldsperm: 1:16pm On Sep 13
While they are there doing their thing on the pitch, I am equally here banging the goals in Za oza room. We all must not be footballers (ekelu oru eke) but in any area we find ourselves, we must always strive to deliver. Having 13 kids from 11 different Babymamas in a space of two years is no small feat and I should be congratulated for that. That nobody has ever noticed me or sing my praises because I am still banging local bitches does not mean I shouldn't praise myself. Maybe when I start pounding those whites and Caucasian babes, the media will start talking about me and you guys will start honouring me. A lizard fell from the Iroko tree, looked left, right, front and back with no one praising him, he placed his hand on his chest and started to praise himself because it is not easy to fall from the iroko tree and remain alive. Nobody should make me feel inconsequential here. I will continue doing my thing in a way that gives me joy. And if no one wants to praise me, I will continue to praise myself. SHALOM!!!

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Babzrockman: 1:17pm On Sep 13
If Onauchu was a white player, he wouldn't be playing for Genk this season. The guy dey ball.

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Starboytwo(m): 1:18pm On Sep 13
I have 2 goals and an assist in our Saturday league over here. Here is the break down of my stats.

Matches 2
Goals 2
Assist 1
Key pass 1
Dribbles 4/7
Ratings 7.4

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by confirmedniggae: 1:21pm On Sep 13
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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by emmanuel1277: 1:21pm On Sep 13
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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by elmessiahs(m): 1:26pm On Sep 13
Keep scoring guys, even if Paul unuachu dey surprise me how Im dey take score.
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by malikombi(m): 1:31pm On Sep 13
My concern is solely about our own victor Osimhen who is struggling in front of goal. May you find your strength and scoring rhythm soon.

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Omicron007: 1:35pm On Sep 13
Coldsperm:
While they are there doing their thing on the pitch, I am equally here banging the goals in Za oza room. We all must not be footballers (ekelu oru eke) but in any area we find ourselves, we must always strive to deliver. Having 13 kids from 11 different Babymamas in a space of two years is no small feat and I should be congratulated for that. That nobody has ever noticed me or sing my praises because I am still banging local bitches does not mean I shouldn't praise myself. Maybe when I start pounding those whites and Caucasian babes, the media will start talking about me and you guys will start honouring me. A lizard fell from the Iroko tree, looked left, right, front and back with no one praising him, he placed his hand on his chest and started to praise himself because it is not easy to fall from the iroko tree and remain alive. Nobody should make me feel inconsequential here. I will continue doing my thing in a way that gives me joy. And if no one wants to praise me, I will continue to praise myself. SHALOM!!!


Porn has destroyed this one's life.
Tueh!
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Frales6(f): 1:36pm On Sep 13
ok
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by nduprincekc(m): 1:39pm On Sep 13
nice one guys
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Kenneth10110(m): 1:47pm On Sep 13
Arsenal should better get Onuachu and sell that Nketiah. Aubameyang needs better back up

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by tctrills: 2:17pm On Sep 13
See the league 9ja strikers dominate and we blame coaches and players when we don't win nation's cup.
Let's face it, we no longer have the most talented players in Africa.
Gone are the days

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Blacknote: 2:19pm On Sep 13
Wow, didn't know that Saudi Arabia is now part of Europe for ighalo to be included there.

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Cmanforall: 2:31pm On Sep 13

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by bencarson007(m): 2:39pm On Sep 13
Leagues way tear my ticket like mad.... Chai

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Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by realestate99: 2:46pm On Sep 13
Terem Moffi scored and assisted in lorient's 2-1 win over lille on Friday.
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by novaris(m): 4:46pm On Sep 13
Adejoke123:


Source: https://kikiotolunews.com/nigerian-players-in-europe-roundup-onuachu-spot-on-for-genk-al-shababs-ighalo-nets-brace/


I wonder why Paul Onuachu is not replicating his fine league form with the national team
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by Gfskw: 6:01pm On Sep 13
Ok
Re: How Nigerian Players Fared In European Leagues Last Weekend by otipoju(m): 8:59pm On Sep 13
Coldsperm:
While they are there doing their thing on the pitch, I am equally here banging the goals in Za oza room. We all must not be footballers (ekelu oru eke) but in any area we find ourselves, we must always strive to deliver. Having 13 kids from 11 different Babymamas in a space of two years is no small feat and I should be congratulated for that. That nobody has ever noticed me or sing my praises because I am still banging local bitches does not mean I shouldn't praise myself. Maybe when I start pounding those whites and Caucasian babes, the media will start talking about me and you guys will start honouring me. A lizard fell from the Iroko tree, looked left, right, front and back with no one praising him, he placed his hand on his chest and started to praise himself because it is not easy to fall from the iroko tree and remain alive. Nobody should make me feel inconsequential here. I will continue doing my thing in a way that gives me joy. And if no one wants to praise me, I will continue to praise myself. SHALOM!!!

You feats can be achieved by even a crippled and a blind man. No big deal. Until ladies are lining up outside your house and paying you for your service...nothing special
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