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Round-Up: Osimhen Scores Goal No. 16 For Charleroi; Lokosa Opens Esperance Goal Account, Akpom Nets Winner For PAOK

Round-Up: Osimhen Scores Goal No. 16 For Charleroi; Lokosa Opens Esperance Goal  Account,  Akpom Nets Winner For  PAOK

Victor Osimhen continued his rich rein of form for Belgian club Sporting Charleroi by grabbing a goal in their 3-0 win against Beerschot-Wilrijk at the Olympisch Stadion, Antwerp on Saturday.

Osimhen scored Sporting Charleroi’s second goal in the 25th minute of the encounter.

It was the forward’s 16th league goal of the campaign for Sporting Charleroi.

The 20-year-old who is loan at Sporting Charleroi from German club Wolfsburg was replaced by Jeremy Perbet nine minutes from time.

In Tunisia, Junior Lokosa scored on his first start for Esperance who defeated US Monastir 3-1 in an FA Cup fixture on Saturday.

Lokosa who gave a good account of himself in the game also bagged an assist.

Esperance will square up against CS Sfaxien in the semi-final on Tuesday in Sfax.

Chuba Akpom netted the winning goal as PAOK defeated AEK Athens 1-0 to win the FA Cup title in Greece.

Akpom scored the decisive goal in first half stoppage time.

In Saudi Arabia, Ahmed Musa featured for 81 minutes in Al Nassr’s 3-0 away win against Al Hazm at the Ar-Rass Stadium.

Musa was replaced by Fahad Bin Jumayah nine minutes from time.

The winger who joined Al Nassr from English Premier League side Leicester City last summer has scored seven goals in 23 league appearances for the club.

By Adeboye Amosu

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  • Oakfield 2 years ago

    Lol… Great striker in the making. Never has the eagles striking force been so deadly with lots of wonderful options. It’s left to the coaching crew to blend them intelligently to achieve positive results.

  • Joshua 2 years ago

    Good selection pls.
    G.Arokoyo,taiwo,olosunde,aina,Enyeama,Gift Akpan,Carlistus Ikeme ,R.Azeez,W.Ndidi,Ademola lookman,Frederick Chukwueze Villareal,Kalu & IK uche,Alex Iwobi,Mikel,B.Ideye,H.lukman,C.AkpomPaok,Tammmy.Abraham,Josh Onomah,J.Ibe,B.idowu,ola aina,t.ebuehi,m.simon*,D.solanke,l.balogun,ekong,iheanacho,musa,moses,mumuli igwe m,James okoli bayern shotstopper. Get the best players and no inferior goes a long way in making the team win,competitive and world class.

    • Edoman. 2 years ago

      Wow, this is an amazing selection right there. However, Didn’t Tammy Abraham reproached Pinnick’s hand when he respectfully extended it to him in 2017. How can one forget too easily so soon the scone and abuse that average player rained on our Chainman of NFF at the time. Tammy has since then relapsed to obscurity in his games.

      • Walking 2 years ago

        Well to my best knowledge.. He is still having playing time at Aston villa and still scores the last time I checked..
        The young lad just wanted the best for himself