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Moffi Scores Against Brest As Lorient Claim First Pre-season Friendly Win 

Moffi Scores Against Brest As Lorient Claim First Pre-season Friendly Win 

Terem Moffi got on the score sheet as Lorient pipped Ligue 1 outfit Brest 3-2, to record their first win in pre-season on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.

It was Lorient’s second friendly game after they drew against Concarneau.

Moffi, 22, opened scoring in the 16th minute before Thomas Monconduit and Armand Lauriente added the second and third goals in 35 and 37 minutes respectively.

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Brest pulled a goal back through Jean-Kevin Duverne in the 39th minute while Steve Mounie made it 3-2 on the dot of 90 minutes.

Lorient will take on Samuel Kalu’s Bordeaux in their next friendly on Saturday.

Moffi was impressive in his debut campaign for Lorient as he scored 14 goals in 32 appearances in Ligue 1 last season.

By James Agberebi

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  • Chibuike 2 years ago

    Fire man

  • Good one for you, it will help boost your confidence ahead of the coming season.
    Your just not ready for the super eagles challenge yet. Maybe after another productive season and playing friendly games with the super eagles then you would have understood the pattern of the team but for now we need attackers who need little to no time adjusting to the teams pattern of play. There is osimhen, iheanacho, onuachu is still not there yet so there is room for players like sadiq, awoniyi to stake a claim. But should any of the above named players be unavailable the rest are expected to fill the void and perform effectively as their counterparts.
    Let the competition for places begin

  • pompei 2 years ago

    I am still undecided as to whether Moffi is ready for the SE or not. I feel we need to see him in one or two more friendlies. If Moffi had played against Mexico and found the net, which is very, very possible, we would be singing a different tune today.
    There are quite a few other players that we need to see in friendlies as well.

  • Toholo 2 years ago

    Moffi had a great start and I’m a big fan of his and he can only get even better.
    This is a time of striker abundance but I am betting on him, Sadiq and Osimhen being our top three strikers.
    I have my doubts on Onuachu, Simy and see Iheanacho as a supporting striker to any of the above.