Following five days of soccer, along with some classy solo and all-round team performances, picks the best XI from Kwara State University (KWASU) Su Cup week one.

Hassan (Finance)

Played a massive part in winning the points against English, including tearing off his line to close down the opposition. He was brilliant behind the sticks for Finance who won 1-0. Crucial.

Dimeji (NAPPADS)

Always an outlet down the right and pushed forward with menace whenever the opportunity presented itself. Halted any meaningful attacks down LIS’ left closing down the slightest hint of danger with his intelligent positioning. Commanding.

Mogaji (MACOSA)

Never wasted a ball and made several crucial and important tackles. Always in charge on the ground and in the air, with the Engineering 2 forward line coming up against a rock and a hard place. Decisive.

Wale (MLS)

Was a commanding figure and his solid marking job on the ACE strikers exemplary. Decisive tackling and effectively supported the attack on several occasions. His match winner from a sweet header. Unyielding.

Segun (Chemistry)

Pressed the opposition to the limit then pushed them over the edge as he cut through. Forceful.

Basit (Linguistics)

Was coach Bala Mohammed’s main man in the middle and stampeded Engineering 1 into submission with his intelligent leadership qualities. Inspirational.

Jerry (PHS)

Jerry was PHS’ most important player and had a death grip on the link between the opposition’s midfield and forward line, allowing MCB hardly any movement. Potent.

Farouq (MACOSA)

The midfielder was always a thorn in the flesh of the Engineering 2 side, via his dynamics. He worked well with the attackers and was an integral part of the win with a well taken teaser. Alert.

Kuranga (NACOS)

A cutting edge performance that saw him slice open the EHS defence several times and a man of the match performance. Brace and one assist deserve commendation. Brilliant.

Idris Abubakar (NACOS)

The Kwara United starlet teased the EHS defence several times. He struck a world class free kick and also hit the woodwork. Vibrant.

Raheem Ogede Ibrahim (NABES)

Opened the scoring and added two more. The lanky striker was all over the History backline. Daunting.


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