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Sarenren-Bazee Nominated For Augsburg’s Man Of The Match Award

Sarenren-Bazee Nominated For Augsburg’s Man Of The Match Award

Nigerian winger Noah-Joel Sarenren-Bazee has been nominated for Augsburg’s Man of the Match award following his impressive performance in their 1-1 home draw against FC Cologne in Sunday’s Bundesliga game, Completesports.com reports.

Augsburg made the announcement on their verified Twitter handle after Sunday’s game.

Sarenren-Bazee put up an outstanding display for Augsburg as he was a torn in the flesh for Cologne from the right wing.

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The 23-year-old was nominated alongside German-born Nigerian defender Felix Uduokhai, Philipp Max and Raphael Framberger.

Fans of Augsburg are expected to select their best player of the match from the four-man shortlist in a poll published on the club’s Twitter handle.

Sarenren-Bazee featured for 90 minutes in the game which was his seventh in the league this season.

Max rescued a point for Augsburg with two minutes remaining in the game after Anthony Modeste had given Cologne the lead on 85 minutes.

By James Agberebi 

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  • chuks 1 year ago

    This guy is coming to bench people in super eagles. What a player.

  • Deee 1 year ago

    Very good player!!! But the Africa environment will play a huge part on his performance for the super eagles team, he is injury prone

  • Chairmanfemi 1 year ago

    Well Deserved. His all round play in this match was fire!

    Ever since he started for Augsburg 3 weeks ago, he’s been hard to bench. The Coach has seen what there attack has been missing. So good of a player and so humble

    • Absolutely! At this rate, Noah Bazee is a player who can easily walk into the Super Eagles start 11 without any compunction.

      He can play on the flanks or as an attacking midfielder.

      Like you say, his performance yesterday was as eye catching as it was it was unyielding.

      One part of his game that left an incredibly delightful impression on me was when he raced to a ball with breakneck speed and force a corner kick when he had no right to reach the ball in the first place owing to his starting position vis-a-vis the defender.

      I pray he has put his injury demons behind him.

      Yes, our current start 11 is solid but this guy can surely attempt to push for a place.

      The possibilities open to us a truly tantalising.

  • Pompei 1 year ago

    This dude is good. Very pacy, dribbles well, uses both feet. Plays with no fear. No wonder Rohr was looking at him before his injury. Now that he’s back, I’m sure Rohr will be looking him up again. And the guy identifies as a Nigerian, which is quite interesting, because he was born and raised in Germany.
    Bazee will have to work hard to break into our already loaded squad. But if he keeps performing like he has been doing, I won’t bet against him!

  • Great talent. Will be looking out for him in the coming weeks.

  • Victor 1 year ago

    Just imagine the wingers that we have now. It’s a wow list.
    samuel chukwueze
    samuel kalu
    moses simon
    chidera ejuke
    sarenren bazee
    Chaii, all are fire in their various league. Who will start for the super eagles. Hmmmm. A very huge headache

  • Ub.F 1 year ago

    With the quality of fleet footed wingers in the SE now, i dont thing anybody should be crying for creativity in the middlefield.

    LIVERPOOL does not have any creative midfielders…
    The only person that looks a little bit is KEITA & he’s not a regular…
    HENDERSON, WIJNALDUM, MILNA, FABINHO are all hard-tacklers…
    KLOPP uses them to block the Midfield such that the opponent finds it difficult to pernitrate thru. the midfield… He now uses wings to operated…

    The fullbacks overlaps & pulls in dangerous crosses for the 3 strikers to score…
    They use it & RAPE their opponents…

    In 2007-2009; FERGUSON’S MAN.UTD were operating from wings & they won 3 straight EPL…



    OUR GAME AGAINST SOUTH AFRICA(@ AFCON) & UKRAIN is a typical formation that SE surpose to use..

    That BAYERN MUNICH of 2010-2013 pattern of game…

    It’s just my own opinion though…

    • Mercy 1 year ago

      Well said bro! When you read comment of people who knows football it is easy to know. Super eagles of 1980, 1994 is all about wing play. That has always been our style of play.

    • Chairmanfemi 1 year ago

      Hmm…see depth of Technicality. Well said @Ub.F. I think Rohr being a German like Klopp and am sure he watch some of Klopp’s team game and he’s beginning same to the Super Eagles.

      That 1st half display against Ukraine was more like Liverpool Vs Ukraine. Skillful, Pacy wing play. Whenever Iwobi comes in to play, he only come to lay passed from either left or right and runs after Oshimen to pick up loosed ball inside the 18-yard box.

      Back to the Main discussion, NOAH SARENREN BAZEE. Now we know that, no one knows better than the Coach himself. Only few knows the reason why Rohr was all over him as a perfect replacement for VICTOR MOSES. Same style of play like Victor and he is even like an upgraded version to me. Am sure he will fit in to the Super Eagles wing play perfectly