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Copa del Rey: Chukwueze Scores Again As Villarreal Secure 8-0 Away Win 

Copa del Rey: Chukwueze Scores Again As Villarreal Secure 8-0 Away Win 

Samuel Chukwueze got on the score sheet again as Villarreal hammered lower division side Victoria CF 8-0, in the first round of this season’s Copa del Rey on Tuesday, Completesports.com reports.

At the weekend, Chukwueze opened his Laliga goals account when he scored in Villarreal’s 3-1 home loss to Barcelona.

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In Tuesday’s Cup fixture, Chukwueze scored in the 50th minute to make it 5-0 in favour of Villarreal.

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The Super Eagles winger featured for 90 minutes in the one-sided encounter.

He has now scored three goals in 11 appearances in all competitions for Unai Emery’s side this season.

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Villarreal will hope to clinch a first ever Copa del Rey title in their 98-year history.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 18
  • Good for Nigeria.

     
  • Footballfanatic 2 months ago

    CSN Dessers scored a late goal in their 1-0 win today again actually few minutes ago… but you guys are quick to put up Ighalo’s old highlights. What is really going on with sports journalists in Nigeria???

     
    • Akanlo Ede 2 months ago

      Exactly my brother. Cyriel Dessers na baller. Jingoistic tribalist racist thugs believe Iwobi is better than Nwakali.

       
      • Iksproject 2 months ago

        You were making sense until you used tribalistic and racism….iwobi and nwakili are almost from same region and they are certainly same race. For now iwobi is not fit to be in super eagles if we are using performance based assessment of our players but then your choice of words shows GROSS IGNORANCE.

         
        • Akanlo Ede 2 months ago

          So you are saying Alex Iwobi is not good enough for Nigeria.

           
      • NaijaEaglesFan 2 months ago

        Saying Iwuobi is better than Nwakali does not make him a tribalist or a racist. Even he says Nwakali is better than Oshimen still does not make him a tribalist. People are entitled to their opinion. Only close minded dumb asses call people tribalist and racist because of comments who they believe is a better player. What has tribe got to do with this situation?, both of them are Ibos. This is really sad

         
  • Ndubest 2 months ago

    He is back expecting more goals from him the injury really slowed him down

     
    • Akanlo Ede 2 months ago

      Chukwueze is timid. There are far better wingers for the Super Eagles. Jingoistic tribalist thugs will say Chukwueze is better than Simon. Thus is nonsense. Stateless cabals with evil intension will promote mediocre players.

       
  • Akanlo Ede 2 months ago

    Chukwueze is timid. There are far better wingers for the Super Eagles. Jingoistic tribalist thugs will say Chukwueze is better than Simon. Thus is nonsense. Stateless cabals with evil intension will promote mediocre players.

     
  • pompei 2 months ago

    Well taken goal by Chukwueze. Looks like he’s gradually getting back his old form.
    BTW, I hope somebody is monitoring the situation of Ebere Eze and Michael Olise at Crystal Palace? Eze’s been confined to the bench ever since his return from injury. That may hurt his England chances, and Nigeria may be able to take advantage by luring him with the Afcon and world cup opportunities. Michael Olise too has been used mostly as a sub.
    These guys may be there for the taking. NFF, hello?

     
    • So bcos England won’t need them as per they playing from the bench, so we shd now beg them? Expecially that eze of a guy that have use us to catch Cruze.

       
      • pompei 2 months ago

        My guy, beggar get choice? NFF have turned Nigeria into a begging nation. We don’t have a proper league, or grassroots program. So when we see foreign talents that we can snatch, we have to move for it if the opportunity is there. And the way things are going for Eze and Olise at Palace, opportunity might just be knocking for Nigeria.

         
    • I’m afraid it may not come that easy to the extent Eze will be available for the AFCON.

      Ebere Eze has played competitively for England at age-grade level and if he decides to switch allegiance to Nigeria, that might take up to 2 years to materialise considering the notoriety of England to foot-drag the switch process.

      He is 23 at the moment.Assuming he makes up his mind today to represent Nigeria, he might not get the chance until he is at least 25.He has hemmed himself in by debuting competitively for England. Good luck to him in his adventure with the Three Lions.

       
      • pompei 2 months ago

        Good point, Akin. This is the advantage of having a competent, driven NFF. They could look for creative ways to impel the English FA to speed up the switch.

         
  • NaijaEaglesFan 2 months ago

    Akanlo Ede you displaying bigotry tendencies