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Ligue 1: Kalu On Target As Bordeaux Beat Dijon To End Winless Run 

Ligue 1: Kalu On Target As Bordeaux Beat Dijon To End Winless Run 

Samuel Kalu scored his second Ligue 1 goal of the season as Bordeaux ended their winless run after defeating Dijon 3-0 at home on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

Before Sunday’s fixture Bordeaux had failed to win their last three league games, drawing two and losing one.

Kalu playing in his sixth league game of the campaign, scored in the 29th minute to double Bordeaux lead. It was his second goal in his last three games.

He was later replaced by Dilane Bakwa with 13 minutes left in the game.

Also in action for Bordeaux was Kalu’s Eagles teammate Josh Maja who was replaced in the 63rd minute.

The win took Bordeaux to ninth position on nine points in the league table.

In another league game Henry Onyekuru was not in AS Monaco squad who lost 1-0 at Brest.

Romain Faivre’s eight minute goal was enough to secure the win for Brest.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Thats the spirit, prove your doubters wrong with your superlative performances. Rohr believes in your abilities thats why he was concerned with the news of you moving to the Turkish league. But no one is thinking of that now, two goals already.
    Keep playing well, creating and scoring goals.
    Wishing you an injury free campaign this season.

  • Thumbs up @ Kalu, one of my fav Super Eagles. Mean while, this boy Ademola Lookman, is the real deal. His tenacity, intensity, ferocity,skill and speed is frightening. Pair that up with the Wazza dazzler chuzzy in his element, then be ready to call out fire fighters to quench the burning grass. That pair reminds of Amunike/ Tijani babangida in that All African games football, cant remember year now.

    • I think that was 1993. Can’t remember too. Those guys were beasts. Amuneke was something else. He got a red card in a match against cameroon.

      • Lord AMO 10 months ago

        It was 1991 in Cairo.  Our Best attacking youth squad at that level in my opinion

      • Greenturf 10 months ago

        It was all Africa games Cairo 91.

        Amunike Tijani and John Zaki was a three man fearsome attack.

  • I know it’s a digression but I thought there was like so many clubs after Dennis Bonaventure but transfer window is closing tomorrow and he’s stil at Club Brugge

  • Sunnyb 10 months ago

    @Glory, that would be Cairo 91. Amunike was Messi before Messi, what a tournament.Thanks Glory for the throwback.

  • Despite his many problems I believe kalu is the next big thing after amuneke and finidi on Nigeria’s wings. Coming close is chukueze. If kalu was fully fit in nations cup the story would have been different.

  • Yeah thanks all. That’s was 1991 All African games football. Man dem. That team was fire. Amunike was just a beast with Tijany running defences ragged. Thanks Greenturf for mentioning John Zaki. There was also one Patrick Mancha in the teams midfield and Edem Christopher in d defense.That was when, we could confidently looked up to homebase players

    • Greenturf 10 months ago

      Patrick Mancha,Usman Mohammed and Steven Musa were the three man midfield and you have one Precious Monye who comes in as well.Yeah Christopher Eden and late John Agum were the strong men in defence

  • Nigerian(SE) fans are synonymous to chelsea fans….

    They sing your praise when you do well….

    A little lost of form they rail abuses and curse on you….

    I think we need to change this kind of attitude….

  • D-Cardinal 10 months ago

    Ademola lookman na beast the guy is so so good..what is his situation with super eagles,has he agreed to switch?