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Championship: Ajayi Scores Vs Swansea To Help West Brom Secure First Win Of Season

Championship: Ajayi Scores Vs Swansea To Help West Brom Secure First Win Of Season

Super Eagles defender Semi Ajayi opened his goals account for the season, as he scored in West Brom’s 3-2 home win against Swansea in Saturday’s Championship game.

Ajayi opened the scoring for the Baggies when he found the back of the net in the 18th minute.

The last time he scored for West Brom was in May in a 3-2 loss to Swansea.

It is West Brom’s first win in two league games after opening their campaign with a 2-1 defeat at Blackburn Rovers.

The win took West Brom to 14th position in the 24-team league table.

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At the John Smith’s Stadium, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi were in action for Leicester who beat Huddersfield 1-0.

Iheanacho was replaced by Jamie Vardy on 67 minutes while Ndidi came on in 10 minutes into the game.

Stephy Alvaro netter the winner in the 73rd minute to make it two wins from two league games played so far.

Another Championship game saw Joe Aribo benched while Paul Onuachu did not make the match day squad, as Southampton played 4-4 at home to Norwich City.

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  • Ignatius Abo 10 months ago

    Ajayi the jumbo jet. No defender can lace your boots on the continent. You are far better than others.
    Heaven bless Ajayi and all deserving Super eagle players.

  • respect is reciprocal 10 months ago

    You are right @ Abo. He is a good defender and calm also. It’s a pity NFF is not doing much to push these players further. If he had been that consistent with eagles better club would have come to pick on him. Not all players can be Osimhein, chukwu, in terms of skills and abundance, some players are average but with good management they can be world class. Most of english players are below average but with the help of FA they have raised their standard to be among world best. Samething applies to Nigeria students who managed to graduate with pass or third class but when they travel abroad they have the best of grades because the facilities and the friendliness of their teachers instill confidence and courage in them to face their fear.
    Finally we fans should also be patient and encourage our players to bring out the best in them. God help us all

  • Ako Amadi 10 months ago

    Ajayi the Quiet Giant! He’s not a dazzler, but goes about his job like an efficient carpenter. With his height, he could score few headers for the Super Eagles.

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