Nigerian duo net in Finland

Experienced Nigerian striker Adeniyi Michael Ibiyomi rescued Oulun Työväen Palloilijat as they fought back to draw 2-2 with Jakobstads Bollklubb on Saturday.

The big forward was the saving grace for his club after they went two goals down in the Finnish – Kakkonen – Lohko C game.

The game took place at the Länsikenttä tekonurmi (Pietarsaari (Jacobstad)).

Benjamin Oestman netted a brace as Jakobstads Bollklubb went two goals up at the break.

Adeniyi Michael Ibiyomi reduced the deficit for the visiting team with a classy strike in the 55th minute.

The 27-year-old attacker lists COD United, Asko de Kara in Togo, Atlantic FC, Senegal Agaza FC Lome, Kajaani and Rovaniemen Palloseura as his former clubs.

Meanwhile, Anthony Olusanya found the back of the net for HJK who defeated SJK at OmaSP Stadion.

Olusanya was an 88th minute entrant for David Browne in the Finnish Veikkausliiga week eight match.

The Nigerian showed quality with the second goal for Toni Koskela’s side.

Anthony Olusanya, 21, is eligible to play for Nigeria and Finland at international level.

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