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EPL: Abraham Nets Hat-Trick, Tomori Also On Target In Chelsea Win At Wolves; Ndidi Lose With Leicester

EPL: Abraham Nets Hat-Trick, Tomori Also On Target In Chelsea Win At Wolves; Ndidi  Lose With Leicester

Nigerian-born forward Tammy Abraham bagged a hat-trick as Chelsea defeated their hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-2 in their Premier League clash at the Molineux on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.

Another eligible player for Nigeria, Fikayo Tomori (pictured above in goal celebration with Abraham) was also on target for the Blues in the away win.

Tomori opened scoring for Chelsea midway through the first half with a superb shot from outside the box.

It was the young centre-back’s first senior goal for the West Londoners.

Abraham, who is eligible to play for Nigeria and England, took the centre stage with three sublime goals to increase his total haul for Chelsea this season to seven.

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Ndidi in action for Leicester City against Man United

At the Old Trafford, Wilfred Ndidi was in action for 90 minutes in Leicester City’s 1-0 away defeat to Manchester City.

His international teammate, Kelechi Iheanacho was not dressed for the third consecutive league game.

Marcus Rashford’s 8th minute penalty kick gave United all three points in the game.

Leon Balogun was not in the matchday squad as Brighton& Hove Albion and Burnley settled for a 1-1 draw.

Balogun is yet to make a Premier League appearance for the Seagulls this season.

In another fixture on Saturday, Tottenham Hotspur recorded a 4-0 home win against Crystal Palace.

Son Heung- Min bagged a brace, with further goals from Erik Lamela and own goal by Patrick van Aanholt.

By Adeboye Amosu

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WORDPRESS: 3
  • Edoman 12 months ago

    May be we should take this guy serious if he really wants to play for his father land o.

     
    • He is on the driver’s seat, as it were. He subjected the NFF president and the whole country to a gruelling embarrassment by denying that the NFF made contact with his family. I suppose he thinks that the days of prostrating before players are still here. Those days are gone. There are many hungry players eagerly awaiting call up to the SE. And the fortunate ones called up are living up to expectation.

      He could still be called up, but I’m afraid the stacks are pilled high against him. He has somehow lost the trust, love and confidence of a large segment of the vociferous soccer fans. Believe it or not, these “coaches” have been influencing team selections, call-ups and style of play of the SE.

       
  • It is verry funny to realise that the so called monkey will have to improve in is game and beg God to be accepted among proud pigs. Wen he is been given the opportunity to become a kingkong among his humble gorilaas. I hope u make an historical decision come april. If not you are going to be fed banana on your birthday by Ur masters