Turkish Cup: Eduok Hit Goal No.6; Nwakaeme Benched

Nigerian striker Emem Eduok scored his sixth goal of the season in Kasimpasa’s 4-1 thrashing of Menemen Belediyespor in the second leg fifth round clash of the Turkish Cup on Wednesday reports Completesportsnigeria.com.
It was Eduok’s second appearance in the competition.
Eduok scored Kasimpasa’s fourth goal in the 71st minute after providing an assist for the third goal scored by Amir Erboga.
Eduok now has a hand in 11 goals (6 goals and 5 assists).
The former Esperance and Dolphins forward has made 18 appearances (16 games in the Turkish Super Lig and two in the Turkish Cup) this season for Kasimpasa.
Also Anthony Nwakaeme was an unused substitute as Trabzonspor booked their place in the fourth round of the Turkish Cup with a 4-0 second leg win over Sivas Belediyespor.
Ogenyi Onazi was not included in the match day squad for the game.Trabzonspor go through with a 6-2 aggregate win.
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  • Emem Eduok is one player with amazing talents who possesses a strong and dangerous left foot and great pace.Going by his outstanding qualitities, Emem should be starring for top European leagues but for fate.
    His goal scoring record of 20 league goals in the NPL some seasons ago where he tied with Mfon Udoh was awesome.
    Following that great feat, one would imagine that Samuel Uduok’s esteemable stocks would translate to big offers from Europe’s big teams but its not the case.
    His recent form in the modest but fast growing Turkish league is a reward for not only his talents but hardwork.
    As an admirer of his style of play, I feel he has got the quality to compete for shirt in the national team even though i ve to admit age is not on his side, at 26.
    With his deft left foot, he is comfortable attacking on the right side of the team.
    If given the opportunity, he would be competing for place with the likes of Ike Kalu, Onyekuru, Simon moses, Musa and the likes, but unlike the former, Emem would bring leadership, experience, maturity and viguor of Victor Moses to the national side. His robust playing pattern which matches his body built and incredible shooting range are the advantages Nigeria stands to gain.

    • thank you so much @fidelenny. Really digestible piece of write-up.

      cheers, mate.

      perhaps Rohr will use the March ’19 friendly vs Egypt to try out players like Enem.