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Spanish Segunda: Sadiq Scores First Goal for Almeria In Home Draw

Spanish Segunda: Sadiq Scores First Goal for Almeria In Home Draw

Umar Sadiq scored his first goal for UD Almeria in their 1-1 hone draw against Cartagena, in the Spanish Segunda (second division) game on Wednesday, Completesports.com reports.

Sadiq, who played for 90 minutes, equalised for Almeria In the 65th minute to help his side salvage a point in the game.

It was Sadiq’s third league game since joining Almeria from Serbian club FK Partizan.

The draw against Cartagena ended a run of three straight defeats for Almeria.

Also, they now occupy 19th position, relegation zone, on four points in the 22-team league table.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Igbekun Abo 4 weeks ago

    Sadiq is a good striker. I saw parts of the game, he played well.

     
  • Hmmm, your transfer has an up side down side feeling. Your TEAM is facing relegation although the league has just started and if you don’t perform and the team goes down you may go down with them. On the other hand if you score alot of goals it may lead to a move to a bigger club which would get you noticed by the Super Eagles coach.
    In almeria you will surely get game time, so use it wisely, score plenty goals and make a name for yourself.

     
    • Igbekun Abo 4 weeks ago

      Lolzzz my person na real 2 edged sword be this one o. E fit go either way. I been look the goal again and na pure klass.

       
    • I just watched highlights from the game, it was a good game even for a seconda league. Sadiq really played like a top 9. troubling defenders with his hold up play, dragging defenders out of position, shooting with both feet, being a threat in the air. Infact, he could have scored a hearttrick if everything had gone his way. But its a good sign, that he is settling down well in his new club and I see him scoring many more goals because of his style of play. He doesn’t just wait in the box, he collects the ball and runs with it. He is skilful, strong and can finish with both feet. Also, very good in the air. Its unfortunate that no top team identified him this season and he had to settle for a division two team. My advice to him, SCORE PLENTY GOALS AND MAKE THEM COME BEGGING YOU WITH CASH!!!! He could be a good striker if handled well.

       
  • Cuteprince 4 weeks ago

    Sadiq’s class has never been in doubt… It’s not easy to be top score at the Olympics and a consistent double digits scorer every other season…
    League or no league….big club or small club Sadiq deservers a look in….
    His quality is the closest we have to the great African Legend king kanu, albeit an hybrid version of Kanu with more speed and shot power

     
  • Well done! I Like this boy!!!!.. Keep Pushing Sadiq