A wrap up of how Nigerian players performed in some selected leagues in Europe.
25-year-old Yusuf Otubanjo is yet to taste league action this season as he was benched in LASK’s slim 1-0 victory vat Admira Moedling.
Nigeria international David Okereke took his season goal tally to four in 176 minutes with a crucial strike against KV Oostende on Saturday. The game ended 2-0 in favour of Club Brugge.
Emmanuel Dennis was benched in the game.
Former Flying Eagles skipper Abdul Ajagun registered his name on the score sheet as Kortrijk humbled Cercle Brugge 3-1.
Imoh Ezekiel was an unused substitute at the Jan Breydel Stadion.
Stephen Odey came on as an 68th minute substitute for Genk in their 0-2 defeat at home to Zulte Waregem.
Faith Obilor marshalled the back line for HJK as the Finnish club whipped FC Lahti 4-0.
Samuel Kalu played all 90 minutes as Bordeaux lost 3-1 to Angers in the Ligue 1.
Hilary Gong was absent for Vitesse who recorded a 2-0 win at Willem II.
Defender Tyrone Ebuehi failed to make the cut in Benfica’s 5-0 massacre of Pacos de Ferreira.
Nigeria winger Abdoullahi Tanko appeared in the GD Chavez 18-man squad for the match day 1 of the Portuguese Segunda Liga season but could not make an appearances as they lost 3-0 to Nacional at the Estádio da Madeira (Funchal (Ilha da Madeira)) on Saturday.
Former Flying Eagles attacking midfielder Ibrahim Muazzam Alhassan featured for the hosts.
Christian Irobiso got some minutes under his best in Farense’s nail biting 3-1 victory over Casa Pia.
Stanley Awurum fired blank as Varzim settled for a 0-0 stalemate with UD Oliveirense.
Mafra edged out visiting Cova Piadade in a five-goal thriller. Femi Balogun played for Cova Paidade.
Blessing Benito Olabiran played as a substitute for FC Tambov who drew 2-2 at Orenburg.
Super Eagles number one goalkeeper at AFCON 2019, Daniel Akpeyi kept a clean sheet as Kaizer Chiefs picked a 1-0 victory over Black Leopards.
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