Ligue 1: Maja Bags Hat-trick, Kalu Subbed On As Bordeaux Maul Nines 6-0

Ligue 1: Maja Bags Hat-trick, Kalu Subbed On As Bordeaux Maul Nines 6-0

Nigeria international Joshua Maja netted a hat-trick as Bordeaux thrashed visiting Nimes 6-0 in the French Ligue 1 on Tuesday night, Completesports.com reports.

Bordeaux are now unbeaten in six consecutive league games in which rhwy have recorded four wins and two draws.

Maja opened scoring for Bordeaux in the 24th minute before doubling their lead on 37 minutes.

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Goooal! Maja leaves Nimes’ defence line flat-foot as he finds the net.

And in the 53rd minute, he got his hat-trick to make it 3-0 in favour of Bordeaux.

Nicolas De Preville made it 4-0 in the 58th minute before a brace from Otavio on 76 and 87 minutes, completed the rout.

Maja’s Nigeria teammate Samuel Kalu was introduced in the 66th minute for Preville. It was Kalu’s 14th appearance this season.

Samuel Kalu replaces Nicolas de Preville in the 66th minute of Bordeaux 6-0 win over Nimes

Tuesday’s hat-trick means Maja now has five goals after 14 league appearances so far in the on-going campaign.

Bordeaux are now third on 26 points in the French Ligue 1 table after the win against Nime.

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 8
  • Asoko Emmanuel 16 hours ago

    Great one

     
  • Ololo 16 hours ago

    There would soon be serious war for super eagles number 9 position.. Maja, iheancho, Cyril, onuachua, okereke( no one remembers him anymore), akpom, just for one position to partner oshimen.. We have never been this blessed for a while

     
  • Ololo 16 hours ago

    I didn’t even mention olayinka and sadic umar… Come march we would know who gets that position.

     
  • Joel Chidi 15 hours ago

    Let the “invite him chant begin” goals is all you need to cause a debate among Nigerian fans. How you go about it or how poor you played is “highly irrelevant”

     
  • Ololo 15 hours ago

    My brother scoring an hat trick is not a joke or luck if you understand football. Only 3 Nigerians have managed to score hat trick goals in French league, Osaze, utaka and agali out of the numerous Nigerian players to play in that league… This maja boy should be taken seriously. But I predict a war for selection by next year march

     
  • Olatobi 15 hours ago

    Imama and NFF have really done this generation a great disservice. this set of Olympics team would av been a real Dream team. alas we wont be there to showcase the talent at our disposal at this level. i feel really pained when i see this guys banging the goals weekin weekout. shame on NFF for not qualifying for Tokyo Olympics. however good luck to super Eagles coach he has a real good selection headache. i hope this players stay in for for as long as possible.

     
  • Larry 15 hours ago

    Josh Maja is a real contender for the attacking positions in SE. Scoring a hatrick and creating an assist in ligue 1 is not a joke. He even scored over the weekend. Osimhen, Josh, Sadiq, Cyril, and Olayinka are major contenders for the forward line of SE.

     
  • Samchi 5 hours ago

    DESSERS ON CONTACT WITH ASSISTANT EAGLES COACH
    ”There has already been contact with the Nigerian association. After the match against ADO Den Haag, the assistant from Nigeria sent me a message that I was doing well,” Desssers said to Sporza.

    ”But that is not going to be easy either. There are 300 million Nigerians worldwide.”

    Born to a Belgian dad and Nigerian mother, Dessers confessed that he has never visited Nigeria and is targeting a call-up to the Super Eagles even if it’s for a non-competitive match.

    ”I have never been to Nigeria, also because the political situation has not been so calm in recent years. The last year it is only slightly better.

    ”I would like to go there and it would be twice as nice to do that to If only to play a practice game against Madagascar or Mauritius,” he concluded.

    https://www.allnigeriasoccer.com/read_news.php?nid=34549