Adeleye Adebayo showed why he is the besy Nigerian Goalkeeper abroad with another quality performance for Hapoel Jerusalem.
Below we have a wrap of how Nigerian Goalkeepers performed abaoed this weekend….
Kaizer Chiefs 1-0 Wydad Casablanca
Ageless shot stopper, Daniel Akpeyi was sent off in Kaizer Chiefs’ 1-0 win over Wydad Casablanca at FNB Stadium.
Akpeyi, the most experienced goalkeeper available to the Super Eagles, has kept 11 clean sheets in 20 appearances for Kaizer Chiefs this season.
Juniors OÖ 0-0 Horn
20-year-old goalkeeper, Tobias Lawal wasn’t dressed as Juniors OÖ drew 0-0 with Horn.
Last season, Lawal kept five clean sheets in 20 appearances in the Austrian 2. Liga and was an unused substitute for LASK in a Europa League fixture against Manchester United. Born in Linz, Austria, Lawal has played non-binding games for Austria at U19 and U20 level but cannot switch allegiance to Nigeria immediately because he has issues procuring a Nigerian passport.
Sparta Rotterdam 3-2 PEC Zwolle
Super Eagles number one goalkeeper, Maduka Okoye conceded two goals in Sparta Rotterdam’s 3-2 win over PEC Zwolle.
Maduka Okoye was behind the sticks as the Super Eagles beat Benin Republic at Stade Charles De Gaulle during the African Cup of Nations Qualifier. He missed the game against Lesotho due to stomach ache according to Gernot Rohr.
Pohronie 1-2 Sered
Skillful goalkeeper, Mathew Yakubu gave a good account of himself for Sered against Pohronie at Futbalový štadión Žiar nad Hronom (Žiar nad Hronom).
The Clique Sports product was a member of the Flying Eagles squad to the 2019 African Games in Morocco.
Sektzia Nes Tziona 0-2 Hapoel Jerusalem
Adeleye Adebayo had another shutout for Hapoel Jerusalem who humbled Austin Ejide’s Sektzia Nes Tziona 2-0.
This season, the ex Golden Eaglets shot stopper has kept 17 cleansheets for his Israeli club.