Eagles Roundup: Osimhen, Aribo Bag Assists; In Lille Away Draw, Rangers Win At Johnstone

Eagles Roundup: Osimhen, Aribo Bag Assists; In Lille Away Draw, Rangers Win At Johnstone

Victor Osimhen recorded an assist as Lille were forced to a 1-1 draw by Stade Rennes in their French Ligue 1 clash at the Roazhon Park on Saturday, reports Completesports.com.

Osimhen laid the pass for Jonathan Ikoné who scored from close range in the 46th minute.

Adrien Honou equalised for the home team in the 68th minute.

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It was Lille’s first away point of the campaign after two defeats in their first two away games.

Osimhen has now scored five goals and recorded one assist in six Ligue 1 games for Lille this season.

In Scotland, Joe Aribo also grabbed an assist in Glasgow Rangers’ 4-0 away win at St. Johnstone.

Aribo who was in action for the entire duration of the game assisted Jermaine Defoe’s fourth goal.

Aribo (17) celebrates a goal with Rangers teammates

The 23-year-old has featured in all of Rangers’ six league games this term, but is yet to open his goal account.

In the Italia Serie A, Ola Aina played for 62 minutes in Torino’s 1-0 away defeat at Sampdoria. He was replaced by Diego Laxalt.

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COMMENTS

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  • Greenturf 1 month ago

    Nigerian Chan team got walloped this evening by a ruthless Togolese side by 4 goals to 1.
    A shocking result didn’t see that coming!

     
    • Glory 1 month ago

      Shameful. Disgrace to our home based. I think this is where Manu Garba will function better. He should be given this job permanently as he is good with home based players.

       
      • Chris 1 month ago

        “THE NIGERIAN NATIONAL TEAM IS OPEN TO INVITATION FOR ALL NIGERIAN FOOTBALLERS IRRESPECTIVE OF WHERE THEY PLAY THEIR FOOTBALL”

        Irrespective of where they play doesn’t include the NPFL. News alert: CHAN EAGLES JUST GOT WALLOPED BY TOGO 4:1.

        Again, irrespective of where they play doesn’t include our local league.

        The same local league players lost 4:1 in the finals of the last CHAN. So FIFA ranking will definitely drop. Chaiiiii.

         
    • Greenturf, it is perplexing.

      Maybe CAF should change the CHAN rules to include local players playing in their domestic leagues or other leagues in Africa.

      Then the shame of our shambolic local league will not be exposed for all…

       
      • Greenturf 1 month ago

        Rightly @deo,our local boys have let us down losing to lowly Togo shamefully.
        Hope CAF can make changes which would include players plying their trade within the continent,the likes of Junior Ajayi would have a chance to prove his mettle.

         
  • Small time, some people here including our Local coaches and former footballers will want them on super Eagles.

     
  • Aauxtyne 1 month ago

    It’s a shame! Our homebased Eagles better step up else they will continue to be sidelined.

     
    • When they took second the last edition did rohr invited any of them? No. Imama is use to loosing away and coming back home to win its not his first time

       
      • Dr. Drey 1 month ago

        The team that placed 2nd the last time, how may were good enough to attract quality suitors from even the African continent…? Orji Kalu signed for a relegation haunted team in Algeria, Stanley Okoro signed for one unknown team in Zambia…..Zambia of all places, Gabriel Okechukwu also signed for some unknown team in Libya or so. Who else…???

        If they are not good enough to attract the likes of Raja, Esperance, Wydad, Js Kabiyle, TP Mazembe…..you think the SE has time to waste on them…?