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Bundesliga: Sarenren-Bazee Scores As Augsburg Shock Schalke Away To End Winless Streak

Bundesliga: Sarenren-Bazee Scores As Augsburg Shock Schalke Away To End Winless Streak 

Nigerian midfielder Noah-Joel Sarenren-Bazee scored as Augsburg ended their poor run to stun Schalke 04 3-0 away in Sunday’s Bundesliga game, Completesports.com reports.

Going into the game against Schalke, Augsburg had lost their last four games.

For Sarenren-Bazee, it was his first goal in four league appearances for Augsburg this season.

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After being brought on in the 59th minute, Sarenren-Bazee netted in the 76th minute to double Augsburg lead.

Eduard Loewen opened scoring for Augsburg in the sixth minute while Sergio Cordova made it 3-0 in the 91st minute.

The win move Augsburg to 12th position on 30 points, seven points away from the relegation play-off spot, in the league table.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Chairmanfemi 1 year ago

    Bazee scoresssssss!
    I watched the game live. I was so happy for him. Hopefully we can begin to say BAZEEEEEE IS BACK!

    In his days in Hannover 96, this guy was on fire before the Injuries began to hit him

  • Something tells me that Gernot Rohr’s legacy as the coach of the Super Eagles of Nigeria will last for at least 10 years after the German eventually sees out his contract.

    This realisation dawned on me as I celebrated the goal scored by Noah Serenren Bazee who at the ripe age of 22 will still be available for Super Eagles selection for the next 10 years if he puts misfortune of injuries behind him and maintains a consistently high level of performance, focus and application.

    This fabulous forward player is often no longer among the first set of names that readily come to the mouths of Super Eagles fans when mentioning in rapt dual nationality players now at our disposal – thanks to Rohr. These days, it is either Cyriel Dessers, Ademola Lookman or Ehizibue that are within our mental grasp. Yet, Noah Bazee is reminding us verbally and on the pitch with scintillating performances such as today that he remains available for selection and ready to inject some German efficiency into the Super Eagles machine.

    “I am still in contact with Gernot Rohr,” Noah was quoted as saying just 4 months before the current global pandemic. “The Africa Cup of Nations showed the great potential there is in the team. If I stay healthy and play consistent games, I’m sure I’ll get a new invitation.” End of quote.

    And I am sure I speak for a lot of well meaning Super Eagles fans when I say, with the sort of performances he showed today, we are equally sure that Noah will be invited soon enough to continue to add poise, polish, panache and purpose to this new-look Super Eagles side.

    Noah, who was introduced in 59 minutes today, had a total of 17 deft touches with 4 accurate passes and 1 effort on target. His goal was a beauty and he will be hoping for more of that.

    His season has only just started to pick up having been unused in 10 out of 14 games since July 2019. He has however now scored 1 goal in 2 appearances which should bode well for his chances to see more games as the season progresses.

    A winger who can be deadly from anywhere in the final third, Super Eagles fans will be hoping and praying that things continue to look up for Noah from here so that he can add his quota to Nigeria’s efforts of dominating the landscape of African Football for many months to come.

    • @Deo, this is the result of placing merits ahead of bribery or nepotism. Rohr has instill a policy into the skull of every eligible Nigerian players, a criteria you must meet
      before you don the green n white.

      You must be highly in form, playing for a club in top 5 league in Europe, must be consistent and must atleast being making match day squad with high tendency of substitution in a match.

      Judging from the comments of Noah as posted above, he knows he can only got considered for national call up if he keeps on working hard and be consistent in performance

  • Mercy 1 year ago

    The guy is one of the most technically gifted wingers that we currently have in Europe. If Bazee can stay free from injury, he will give any of our wingers a run for their money. His goal was a beauty goal to behold!! No wander his coach compared him to Dembele.

  • Mr. Deo
    Which news company are you currently working for?
    Will like to read more of your write up

    • Ogodo Henry 1 year ago

      Don’t mock anyone with that foolish question which news company are you working for?

  • Behold! Ma guy is back….
    Omo9ja…abi na u scout this one out too?

  • Prince 1 year ago

    Noah-Joel Sarenren-Bazee eeeeeeeeeeeee……….

    Happy for you today, bro!
    Nice goal!!!

    Keep it up buddy!!!
    We are watching…and we are happy you are coming back !!!

  • greenturf 1 year ago

    Saw the Bazee goal,must say he showed great skills and composure to score that delightful goal.I hope he stays in good health and continue to play regularly for his team.
    At the moment we are having more young and fantastic players swelling up the options in our team.I’m thinking if this trend carries on some regular and established players may have to give way for those with better stats.Future invitations to the super eagles would no longer be determined by regular football rather your stats as practised by major footballing countries.