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Russian Premier League: Ejuke’s Goal Earns CSKA Moscow Away Win 

Russian Premier League: Ejuke’s Goal Earns CSKA Moscow Away Win 

Chidera Ejuke was the hero for CSKA Moscow as his goal secured a 1-0 win at Ural, in the Russian Premier League on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

After a goalless first half Ejuke broke the deadlock in the 52nd minute for the visitors.

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It was Ejuke’s third goal in 11 league appearances for CSKA this season.

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He last scored in the Russian top-flight in August in a 2-0 home win against Akhmat Grozny.

Last season which was his first in Russia, the 23-year-old scored five goals in 25 league games.

The win took CSKA to fourth position on 20 points, three points behind leaders Zenit; in the 16-team league table.


By James Agberebi 

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  • D_Nadoz 2 months ago

    Nice one Ejuke… Keep putting in those big player performance and soon d big clubs will come for you…

     
  • How can someone who “dribbles too much”always has a goal or an assist in every other game?….Check the statistics of all our midfielders and wingers in their clubs side and tell me who is more effective at club level and who “dribbles too much”…….Instead of us to recreate and translate what Ejuke does in the club to SE we are making baseless judgement……The people making such judgements are the people also sorrounding coach Rhor and advicing him wrongly and it’s the same people that will rush to the media to demand for his sack when results go south……This same people hate a calm and progressive football environment in Nigeria…….They make money from the turbolence in the system and they only hate Rhor because he has calmed things down and he is managing the team, grinding out results and taking the team higher in the process…….A section of these people are the ex internationals who have become a plague in Nigerian football due to mismanagement of their playing days and hence feel that Nigeria owes them.

     
    • Toholo 2 months ago

      Ejuke is a good player but let us not downplay the fact that he can become a great player if he improves on his team play.

       
    • GLORY 2 months ago

      God bless you @ Akp. Your of ogbonor soup will never lack pounded yam to see front clearer n clearer. Truly love this piece.

       
    • pompei 2 months ago

      Well said, AKP.
      3 goals and 2 assists from 11 games.
      Stats suggest that Ejuke is getting better with his end product.

       
  • Bolade Anjorin 2 months ago

    Congrats Ejuke, SE new found JayJay Okocha. Liberia must be peeing in their pants right now. Over to coach Rohr, Ejuke deserves 90minutes on the pitch. Good luck and God bless Nigeria

     
  • John Osemudiamhen 2 months ago

    I always know Nigeria is blessed with young talented footballers. Ejuke is going places. Keep the temple and do us proud.

     
  • Stephan 2 months ago

    Wao wao wao, I immediately rushed a shot of Vodka as I couldn’t help seeing Chidera tearing the net at Utah, it was clearly out of the blues as the goalie became completely dumbfounded. Ejuke, keep it bro.!!!

     
  • Stephan 2 months ago

    Wao wao wao, I immediately rushed a shot of Vodka as I couldn’t help seeing Chidera tearing the net at Urah, it was clearly out of the blues as the goalie became completely dumbfounded. Ejuke, keep it up bro.!!!

     
  • Collins 2 months ago

    He does well, he deserves our praises. Indecision will now be coachie’s problem. Rohr has too many of them to make his selection. Ejuke pls the GreenWhiteGreen shirt is waiting for you, no argument. God bless you for making us proud.

     
  • Ray Okosun 2 months ago

    Now Ejuke is on purpose, firing/ scoring. Good for our preparation against the Lone Stars of Liberia next month. Lego o!

     
  • Abdul Handsy 2 months ago

    Congratulations to you Ejuke! Who says that Ejuke can’t operate in super eagles no. 10 role with better guidance?

    https://youtu.be/MW6Sp8WlMtE

     
  • GUY, IS LIKE YOU DON’T WANT ANOTHER PLAYER TO WIN PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD ANYMORE IN YOUR CLUB.
    YOU HAVE BEEN WINNING THE AWARDS WITHOUT SCORING GOALS AND NOW YOU HAVE ADDED GOALS TO YOUR GAME, WHO DO YOU THINK THE VOTERS WILL PICK AGAIN AS THEIR PLAYER OF THE MONTH.
    SERIOUSLY, IM HAPPY YOU SCORED, DO KEEP IT UP. I KNOW YOUR NOT JUST AN ENTERTAINER. YOU CAN AFFECT AND CHANGE THE COURSE OF GAMES. ALL YOU NEED IS A LITTLE ADJUSTMENT. SCORE MORE GOALS BOY!
    ALSO,
    VICTOR OSIMHEN SCORES AGAIN TO GIVE NAPOLI A PRECIOUS WIN AGAINST TORINO AND HELPS THEM MAINTAIN THEIR PERFECT START TO SERIE A THIS SEASON. EIGHT IN EIGHT WINS. THEY ARE TOP OF SERIE A WITH A TWO POINTS LEAD AGAINST AC MILAN.
    CONGRATULATIONS TO OSIMHEN.
    NEXT WEEKEND ITS
    NAPOLI VS AS ROMA
    AND
    VICTOR OSIMHEN VS TAMMY ABRAHAM. LOOKING FORWARD TO IT.

     
  • Osagie 1 month ago

    Chidera Ejuke and Chukwueze are the big deals: Eberechi Eze and Madueke are the small deals.
    From Enyeama to Yobo, Okocha, Kanu, Utaka, Uche, Amokachi, Amuneke, Emenike, Emenalo, Emeagwali, Obasi, Oliseh, Olisadebe, Ordiah, Obi, Etebo, Obodo, Oruma, Abraham, Odemwingie, Egharevba (Moses), Eguavoen, Agbonlahor, Ighalo, Osimhen, Ikpeba, Siasia, Ideye, Finidi, even Nwankwocha, Okparanozie, Okagbare etc. Super Eagles of Nigeria and co are all about Ibibio, Igbo, Edo, Urhobo and Arogbo: so called Bendel and Biafra.
    You can go to anywhere in the world, going as far as to dominate Aso Rock and White House, but no one does football like we do! Deal with that!

     
    • pompei 1 month ago

      Bros, what of Ahmed Musa, a Hausa player who scored 4 world cup goals for Nigeria, the highest number for any Nigerian so far?
      No Yoruba on your list? So the likes of Yekini, Odegbami, Muda Lawal, Felix Owolabi, Peter Rufai, Mutiu Adepoju, Obafemi Martins, Leon Balogun, Ola Aina, Taye Taiwo, Taiwo Awoniyi, and many others, you forgot these ones? Dem no reach?
      On the ladies side, Asisat Oshoala, Rasheedat Ajibade, Toni and Nicole Payne, and several others?
      Maybe when they were performing, your TV was not working properly. Or perhaps NEPA took light while the matches were going on. Even if that was the case, you no fit buy CSN paper or other newspapers and inform yourself? Even if money no dey to buy paper, you no fit ask your neighbours?
      Talents abound ALL OVER NIGERIA. DEAL WITH THAT!