5 things we learned from Wolves vs Nasarawa United

Nasarawa United fans have spent their weekend celebrating a hard fought and crucial 2-1 victory over Warri Wolves.

The result moved Bala Nikyu’s side to top spot in the Nigeria Professional Football League, with 14 points from six games.

For Wolves fans, it has been a weekend to forget – especially when you consider that Uche Ihuarulam scored for them.

Futbalgalore.com.ng brings you five things we learned from Nasarawa United’s 2-1 win over Warri Wolves in Ozoro.

  1. Silas Nwankwo proving to be an important cog in the Nasarawa United machine

Silas Nwankwo proving to be an important cog in the Nasarawa United machine

The former Sunshine Stars man has been on fire for Bala Nikyu’s side and continued in the same vein by bullying Wolves at every opportunity. He was on song.

  1. Abdulrazaq Sadiq continues to impress

The skillful lad continues to impress for Nasarawa United at the middle of the park.

He pulled the strings against Warri Wolves and kept them at bay. A real enforcer for the Solid Miners.

  1. Uche Ihuarulam is the one man riot

Uche Ihuarulam is the one man mopol at Warri Wolves and he showed why defenders fear him in the NPFL. The former Nembe City, Bayelsa United and FC Ifeanyi Ubah striker struck his third goal of the season and worried Nasarawa United’s back line.

  1. Nasarawa United are on fire

With four win and two draws after six games, Nasarawa United have proved that they mean business.

The Solid Miners showed the fire in them with an impressive win against Warri Wolves in Ozoro.

  1. Bala Nikyu’s 4-3-3 system is working wonders

Bala Nikyu has struck the perfect balance within his attack and defence.

Tebo Franklin and Uzochukwu Chigozie combined with the versatile capabilities of full-backs Abubakar Abdullahi and Ini Edem were key the Solid Miners’ success in Ozoro.

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