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Olayinka Savours Slavia Prague’s ‘Excellent’ Away Win Against Rangers

Olayinka Savours Slavia Prague’s ‘Excellent’ Away Win Against Rangers

Peter Olayinka has celebrated Slavia Prague’s impressive Europa League away win against Scottish club Glasgow Rangers, reports Completesports.com.

Jindřich Trpišovský’s men beat their hosts 2-0 at the Ibrox Stadium to seal a place in the quarter-finals 3-1 on aggregate.

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Olayinka put the visitors ahead with a beautiful header in the 13th minute.

Slavia Prague’s put the game beyond the home team when Nicolae Claudiu fired home the second goal 16 minutes from time.

“Thank you Jesus for everything. All glory belongs to you 🙏🏾 what a win and goal,” the forward tweeted.

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  • Ikeben 3 years ago

    Olayinka has truly proved a point, that he deserves to be a Super Eagle material. I’m happy he is on the standby list and should be the first to make the main list in the absence of any of the strikers or wingers.

    To Send, Kelechi and Ndidi out of Europa league, and now has also sent Balogun and Aribo out of Europa league is no mean feat.

    Well done, you deserve to compete with the others to fight for a Super Eagle shirt. Hope you make it.

    • Peter Olayinka surely deserves to be in the starting 11 for the Super Eagles from now henceforth. Coach Gernot Rohr, hope you are taken note of Peter Olayinks’s impressive performance fo his club so far in the Europa League?


  • glory 3 years ago

    This guy is a bit more skilled version of Garba Lawal. Result oriented, showmanship less. Now surely has the chance to claim his place in the SE team. In life there is always time for everything. When its not yet time, you can shout, be a cry baby, box everybody’s balls, run to top of mount kilimanjaro with a threat to jump n die, nothing will happen but when its your time, everything resonates your name and everything will remain on a standstill until your name sounds.

  • JimmyBall 3 years ago

    @Peter Olayinka… “A guy who walks the walk as much as some of us talk his talks… ball know im people no be lie!”… a lot of folks won’t like this quote! Lol…

  • shuma 3 years ago

    Ive been watching Olayinka for a while, I don’t like the way the recruitment is treating him. He got his first call up last year during champions league when he scored against barcelona. After that he been passed around since his only call up.

    Before being called up by Nigeria he said he would of played for Czech Republic if his paperwork went through. Olayinka is a baller and hard working. Every time he plays he is always grinding out and assisting players, he is a real team player and full of energy. He with his team took down leicester and rangers, who is next?

    Only few Nigerians left in European competition, Olayinka and Zaidu. Aribo, Balogun were in European competition, Kelechi and Ndidi will most likely be in a European competition next season. Invite players getting top eufa experiences to the team so it can benefit the team. Inviting a whole bunch people who cant contribute to the team and nobody is taking notice

    • Funny enough, if he files his paper and becomes a Czech citizen, the country could call him up and Nigeria will start scrambling to invite and cap him again.

      The first and only time Rohr invited him, he was given less than 5 minutes in the field. Same with Maja and Dennis. They never got a chance again, even though any neutral could see especially the first 2 displayed flashes of brilliance and great potentials.

      You would think that having seen enough of Onuachu, this guy would have been given the available spot earlier this week occasioned by Simon Moses’ withdrawal. Like for like. But surprise, surprise, Rohr says Onuachu is 2nd on his pecking list of strikers. Oh well. perhaps Rohr knows what’s he’s doing and may have his reasons. He’s the coach.

    • shina 3 years ago

      It is all politics, Rohr talks from both sides of his mouth one minute all players must be playing in the top leagues in Europe, but you call players from Malta, guys laying in second division and sad to say, a player who hasn’t played in months. So please tell us who is fooling who

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