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Okoye Inspires Relegation Threatened Sparta Rotterdam To Important Home Win

Okoye Inspires Relegation Threatened Sparta Rotterdam To Important Home Win

Maduka Okoye helped relegation threatened Sparta Rotterdam to a 1-0 home win against Go Ahead Eagles, in the Dutch Eredivisie on Saturday.

The win took Sparta Rotterdam off the bottom to 16th place (relegation play-off spot) on 20 points in the 18-team league table.

Okoye also kept a clean sheet against Vitesse which was abandoned in additional time due to fan troubles with Sparta Rotterdam leading 1-0.

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Adil Auassar was the hero against Go Ahead Eagles as his 68th minute goal was enough to seal the win for Sparta Rotterdam.

The last time Sparta Rotterdam suffered defeat was against PSV on 27th February.

Okoye will hope to maintain his impressive form as the Eagles prepare to face Black Stars of Ghana in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying play-offs.

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  • Well done Okoye.

    Proudly Nigeria.

  • That is our own number1 SE goalie.
    Defenders: Balogun, Ekong (if fit), Zaidu and Aina.
    MidF: Amoo Aribo and Etebo.
    Forwards: Odion, Osi and Simon.
    Up up SE, God bless Nigerians!!!

    • Monday 2 years ago

      You are teasing me… Up Up Mr. Eguavoen, Up Nigeria. Even the Nigeria Ghanaian knows SE is winning. Good luck Okoye.

      • Desmond G 2 years ago

        Nigeria Ghanaian?? Speaks! it’s just like saying Nigeria Ibo or Nigeria Hausa.

    • Which Tayo are you?. You are just a stupid impostor and I don’t blame you it’s completesports who doesn’t put enough security their site that is why people like can impersonate with different names here idiot.

  • Edoman 2 years ago

    Okay. Is anything good come out of Jerusalem? With God, anything is possible.

  • Grant 2 years ago

    @tayo, you are spot on!

  • Erfre 2 years ago

    The community is happy for Okoye .

  • Soloso 2 years ago

    @ tayo, Okoye or Akpeyi are good to go but what about our 2nd eleven?

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