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Europa League: Onuachu, Anjorin Score Late Goals; Onyedika Stars In Midtylland Draw Vs Ludogorets

Europa League: Onuachu, Anjorin Score Late Goals;  Onyedika Stars In Midtylland Draw Vs Ludogorets

Paul Onuachu struck deep into stoppage time as Genk recorded a 1-0 away win against Austrian club Rapid Vienna in their Europa League clash at the Allianz Stadion on Thursday night, reports Completesports.com.

Onuachu scored in the 92nd minute after he was set up by Junya Ito to hand the Belgian Pro League side all three points in the Group H encounter.

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Nigerian-born forward Ike Ugbo was unused substitute for the Smurfs in the game.

At the RZD Arena, substitute Faustino Anjorin was on target in Locomotiv Moscow’s 1-1 home draw against
French club Olympic Marseille.

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Cengiz Under’s own goal put Marseille in front a minute before the hour mark.

Anjorin, who replaced Rifat Zhemaletdinov in the 63rd minute equalised for the hosts a minute from time.

In another Group H encounter played at the MCH Arena, Raphael Onyedika put up a fine performance in Midtylland’s 1-1 home draw against Bulgarian club Ludogorets.

Onyedika, who was in action for 90 minutes in the game was cautioned in the 85th minute.

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  • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

    With all these scorers here and there why can’t we dream? Keep blaming everything you see.

     
    • Oakfield 1 month ago

      Just the same way u blame rohr for all ur family problems and your own problems. You’ve just asked urself a very good question. I guess u are inba better position to answer urself. Confused fellows everywhere.

       
      • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

        Look at this idiot what do you know about family? Make God punish you there becareful before i use a word that you’ll regret and i don’t think i will be a devil to curse a nobody trying to cross his line to family values. Be very careful where you never reach make you dey watch your filthy mouth.

         
        • Oakfield 1 month ago

          Taaaaa!! Get out of here. Thunder fire u there. Anu offia nwa nmuo like u. See u wailing about people complaining about everything but na u dy carry rohr matter for head. I deliberately set a trap for you and u foolishly fell into it. Ewu gambia.

           
          • Chima E Samuels 1 month ago

            You’re not even making any sense. I shouldn’t be talking to you.

             
  • Victor Osimhen is a Machine. Kelechi played excellently, Ndidi Man if the Match for Leicester City, Victor Osimhen Man of the Match for Napoli arguably overall debatable with Ndidi but his 2 goals probably pips in But Ndidi is a Rock. Personally this is the Kind of Football and Headline Super Eagles stars should be making and being involved in and, certainly the kind of highprofile games the Captain of Super Eagles should be involved in regularly in his club career its a no brainer but man I was really impressed 4 Nigerian players and To be honest Victor Osimhen, Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi were the best players on the pitch.

     
  • Osimhen is a top top player….The three of them were a joy to watch. Top top guys. I enjoyed every bit of the game man.

     
  • This kind of games gives a player more confidence and eradicates stage fright……We need our SE players to be playing at a very high level like this in their clubs for us to even dream of dreaming.

     
  • See that senior man pass, that his left can compete with Messi if he leave Rodger and leister and look for a good team and coach that will play him regularly and trust him.

     
  • Charles 1 month ago

    They should investigate that Ref, na Napoli fans lol, been a while we see our players flying like this

     
  • Ikeben 1 month ago

    Impressive Nigeria players today
    1. Victor Osimhen, a proven goal scorer
    2. Kelechi Ihenacho,
    3. Onuachu
    4. Ndidi
    5. Aribo
    6. Balogun

    Even though Rangers lost, yet Balogun and Aribo showed their quality.

    All key members of the Super Eagles.

     
    • @Ikeben it is the only way we will stand a chance in World Cup is if our players and Certainly our Captain should be playing in hence I say Rohr should make Lookman a priority and drop Musa

       
      • Ikeben 1 month ago

        @Jimmy everyone knows Musa, has only few more matches to play for Eagles before he reties from SE. So no need to sack someone that already has few days to retire. I doubt if he will make the Nations cup. As for Lookman, i don’t know if his passport issue is sorted out. Yet, he still has to prove he is better (current form) than what we already have. No guarantees.

         
  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    Rangers is good for Balogun since he is not so young anymore… But Aribo needs to go to a more serious and competitive league and club. He also needs to learn to shoot more like what we saw Tom Dele-Bashiru do in the last days… Lastly, Aribo needs to do more work in the gym and add some muscle to that frail structure and upper body of his…

     
  • Onyedika is also coming up. He plays in Norway for onuachu’s and onyeka’s former club. The young man is just about 20 years and is in the first team already. He has a very good height (tall) and he is a defensive midfielder that can probably play as a box to box midfielder in time. He Is not ready for the super eagles now but in a year or two his club would have polished him enough to probably sell to a bigger club in a better league. Watch out for him.