Super Eagles Watch: Omeruo scores first goal in five years as Ndidi helps Leicester to first victory

Kenneth Omeruo
By Samuel Omaenikun

This was an eventful week for some Eagles players as landmark goals were scored and points were grabbed from the jaws of defeat.

One of such was Kenneth Omeruo scoring his first goal in 5 years, but we start from England.

ENGLAND

Chelsea ran out 3-1 winners over Swansea City and Nigerian winger Victor Moses was on for the blues. He put in a steady display and was pulled out in the 85th minute.

Isaac Success was an 82nd minute substitute for Watford when he was brought on for Mbaye Niang. He had too little time to impress as both Watford and West Ham shared the spoils one all.

Onyinye Ndidi was on as Leicester City began life without Claudia Ranieri. He played from start to finish as Leicester City got back to winning ways, 3-1 it ended against Liverpool.

It was Leicester City's first victory this year in the English Football League.


CHAMPIONSHIP

Carl Ikeme was on for Wolverhampton Wanderers but could do nothing as he picked the ball from the back of the net twice.

Full time Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 - 2 Birmingham City


SPAIN

Uche Henry Agbo was on for 65minute as Granada lost away from home by 3 goals to 1 against Athletic Bilbao


BELGIUM

Nigerian winger, Samuel Kalu, was on target in KAA Gent's 3-1 home win against Royal Excel Mouscron.

Osaguona Ighodaro featured for KV Mechelen in their 2-2 away draw against Standard Liege.

Ighodaro was introduced for Yohan Croizet with 10 minutes remaining in the game.

Holland

Fred Friday
Fred Friday, rescued a point for AZ Alkmaar who held visiting PEC Zwolle to a 1-1 draw in the Dutch Eredivisie (first division) on Sunday.

Friday who was introduced for Guus Til in the 71st minutes, scored in the 82nd minute to help his team share the points.

PORTUGAL

Oghenekaro Etebo was on from the start for Feirense who held home team Nacional to a 0-0 draw.

Etebo was later replaced by Paulo Monteiro in the 89th minute.


TURKEY

Kenneth Omeruo, is relishing scoring his first ever goal for the club in Saturday's 4-1 win over Adanaspor.

Omeruo last scored a goal for both club and country five years ago in the colours of Dutch first division club, ADO Den Haag, as they lost 2-1 to VVV Venlo in 2012.

Samuel Emem Eduok was an 83rd minute substitute as his side Kasimpasa ran riot on Bursaspor. 4 goals to nothing in favour of Kasimpasa at full time.


Ogenyi Onazi played 89 minutes as Trabzonspor got a much need point away from home. Full time Konyaspor 1 - 1 Trabzonspor
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