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Terem Moffi Celebrates First Ligue 1 Hat-Trick

Terem Moffi Celebrates First Ligue 1 Hat-Trick

Lorient forward Terem Moffi has celebrated his first hat-trick in Ligue 1, reports Completesports.com.

The 21-year-old was the star of the show as Lorient boasted their survival hopes with a 4-1 win against Girondis Bordeaux at the Yves Allainmat – Le Moustoir on Sunday.

Moffi scored two goals in the first half before adding the third in the second period.

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The forward took to the social media to celebrate his first hat-trick in the French top-flight and the crucial victory.

“Buzzing for the win and 3goals🎩⚽️⚽️⚽️ ,” the Nigerian wrote on his Twitter handle.

He has now scored 14 goals in 28 league appearances for Lorient this season.

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  • Kingsley iyoha 2 weeks ago

    This guy is on fire.. So proud to be a Nigeria this period of time

     
  • Kingsley iyoha 2 weeks ago

    This guy is on fire So proud to be a nigeria this period of time

     
  • this guy has so much quality very compose. deadly finisher

     
  • daniel 2 weeks ago

    For me, this Moffi guy is a rugged striker, he marck ball, chase ball around, position himself well, tall guy and he can run, thats why i like Osihmen as number one striker in Nigeria because of his ruggedity, just like Amokachi….

     
  • TUNDE 2 weeks ago

    U MENTIONED DANIEL AMOKACHI;THAT IS THE REASON WHY WE ALWAYS SAID POTENTIAL VERY IMPORTANT IN D TEAM ESPECIALLY S.EAGLE. THIS GUY IS VERY MUCH IMPORTANT IN THIS PRESENT TEAM

     
  • GLORY 2 weeks ago

    This is the player that truly has something of a drogba in him. Only difference? he is left footed. Osimene for me is combination of bits of late Yeking, a bit of Drogba, n a tiny bit of Eto. As for Longinus Onuachugoals, he is the skillful version of John Fashanu. No surprise Fashanu is a big fan, most probably because he sees himself in Onuachu. Nigeria is blessed to have all of these strikers painting the whole of Europe n beyond with the green white green bundle of goals.