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Serie A: David Okereke Opens Venezia Goal Account

Serie A: David Okereke Opens Venezia Goal Account

Nigeria forward David Okereke scored his first goal of the season as Venezia secured a 2-1 away win against Empoli in their Serie A clash at the Stadio Carlo Castellani on Saturday, reports Completesports.com.

It was Venezia’s first win of the campaign after two defeats from their opening two games.

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Thomas Henry put Venezia ahead in the 13th minute.

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Okereke doubled the visitors’ advantage with his first touch in the 68th minute few seconds after replacing Antonio Vacca.

The striker took on the Empoli defence right from his own half of the pitch, sprinted through on goal before he fired home with the left foot from the top of the box.

His colleague Tyronne Ebuehi was an unused substitute for Venezia in the game.

Nedim Bajrami reduced the deficit for the hosts from the spot a minute from time.

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  • JimmyBall 1 week ago

    More trouble for Coach Rohr… A guy deemed surplus to requirement at Club Brugge… “Surplus to Requirement” that phrase is any player’s nightmare catch phrase with a coach at any club… Get your confidence back David! Welldone…

     
  • Walking 1 week ago

    We need more report in the goalkeeping central defence and midfield departments..

    That’s where we are lagging

     
  • MuYiwa 1 week ago

    So because David scored a goal this weekend it’s trouble for Rohr abi? Remember form is temporal, only class is permanent. My 2 kobo

     
  • Seriously bare long chat over nothing

     
  • Greenturf 1 week ago

    That solo goal by Okereke was a beauty.The boy has talent.
    I’m not surprised though Okereke is a very good player whose luck ran out in Belgium for club Brugge,hopefully he could get a Career once full of potential back on track.