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Akpom Takes League Tally To Nine After Bagging Brace Against PEC Zwolle

Akpom Takes League Tally To Nine After Bagging Brace Against PEC Zwolle

Chuba Akpom scored two goals as Ajax defeated PEC Zwolle 3-1 away in the Dutch Eredivisie on Sunday.

It is now nine goals in 19 league appearances and 13 goals in all competitions for Ajax this season.

Akpom was also on target for Ajax in their 2-2 draw away to Sparta Rotterdam.

He scored in the 24th minute to put Ajax 2-0 before getting his second to make it 3-1 with six minutes left.

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Going into Sunday’s game against PEC Zwolle, Ajax were winless in their last four games (three draws, one loss).

Ajax move up to fifth on 44 points after 27 games played.

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  • JimmyBall 3 weeks ago

    This is a quality player who plays at mighty Ajax Amsterdam that we keep overlooking… You would think a guy like this will be invited to show us what he can do against Ghana and Mali but he was ignored… even when other players like Awoniyi and Osimhen were unavailable. Strange things happen in Nigeria but there are lots of wicked people in high places… What a shame!

  • @ jimmy. I can’t believe it either. Our so called leaders are just in power for their selfish interests. Nobody truly cares about the country as a whole. At this point in time,l don’t see Nigeria qualifying for the 2026 world cup. We are just not a serious nation. Ever since peserro left which is been over a month. The NFF can’t come up with a tangible and a season coach.

  • Akpom/Osimehn/Iheanacho are capable to damage any team in the world in a 4_3_3 formation take a look at Liverpool.we need a coach that will play like liverpool.we are tired of chukwueze and Moses that will be in the touch line running up and down.


    1.Chuba Akpom (Ajax Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
    2.Akor Adams Montpelier HSC, France)
    3.Gift Orban (Olympique Lyon, France)
    4.Igoh Ogbu(SK Slavia Prague, Czech Republic)
    5.Onuche Ogbelu (Esperance, Tunisia)
    6.Tolu Arokodare ( KRC Genk,Belgium)
    7.Yira Sor(KRC Genk, Belgium)
    8.Francis Momoh (Grasshoppers Zurich, Switzerland)
    9.Elijah Adebayo ( Luton Town, England)
    10.Gabriel Osho(Luton Town,England)

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