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Europa: Kayode Scores Goal Number Four As Sivasspor Claim Away Win

Europa: Kayode Scores Goal Number Four As Sivasspor Claim Away Win

Olanrewaju Kayode continued his impressive scoring form in this season’s Europa League as he netted his fourth goal in Sivasspor’s 3-2 win at Qarabag in Group I on Thursday, Completesports.com reports.

Kayode scored in the 58th minute to make it 2-2.

Sivasspor’s first and third goals were scored by Arouna Kone.

In the group’s other game, Samuel Chukwueze was in action for Villarreal who held 10-man Maccabi Tel Aviv to a 1-1 draw away.

Chukwueze was replaced in the 63rd minute of the encounter.

Alejandro Baena had given Villarreal the lead on the stroke of half-time before Aleksandar Pesic equalised for Maccabi.

After four round of games played, Villarreal top the group on 10 points, Maccabi are second on seven points while Sivasspor are third with six points.

In Group G, Kelechi Iheanacho failed to get on the score sheet as Leicester City held Sporting Braga to a 3-3 draw in Portugal.

In the 69th minute of the game Iheanacho was withdrawn by Brendan Rodgers.

Leicester occupy top spot on 10 points and are followed by Braga with seven points.

Some other games also played, Kevin Akpoguma did not feature for Hoffenheim who beat Slovan Liberec 2-0 away, Chidera Ejuke was withdrawn on 81 minutes in CSKA Moscow’s 0-0 home draw against Feyenoord, Arsenal beat Molde 3-0 away, Sparta Prague thrash Celtic 4-1 and Lille and AC Milan played 1-1 in France.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Jensen Josh 7 months ago

    And they choose strikers who doesn’t disturb the defense line ahead of you in SE..

    This guy should be a third option in CF behind osimhen and one more good striker

    • @Jensen Josh.

      Inviting Kayode is not the problem.
      Infact if i’m not mistaken, he’s one of the players that has played in all the category of our men soccer team.

      The question is; will he be able to replicate his club form when he’s on nigerian colours?

      The last time he played against SOUTH AFRICA (i stand to be corrected) he did nothing special after coming on for either NACHO or SIMON.
      After then he had a torrid moment in his career & by this time IGHALO was finding the back of the net for SE which made things dificult for Kayode.

      If i were him once i’m given opportunity, just like ARIBO i’ll make sure i seize it & make Osimhen to fight to get it back.

      But his fans wouldn’t advice him that way; they would be telling him to fight for invite.

      Aribo came in & stole that position from ETEBO.

      Sanusi is making things dificult for both JAMILU & AINA at LB.

      This is the kind of mentality we want in the team not pple that would just summarise within themselves that “the coach already knows his starting XI”.

  • Yinkus 7 months ago

    Kayode is good striker no doubt. We have seen what the guy can
    do right from days of under 17 and 20. But He needs to be consistent, once kayode can achived that no coach will ever overlook such a strong player like Him.