Nwankwo scores again, Friday, Adegbenro also on target in Europe

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Simeone Nwankwo is sounding out his trumpet loud with his performances after scoring for the second time in two games for Serie A side Crotone.

After scoring just five minutes as a substitute against Torino last week, Nwankwo secured all 3points for relegation battlers Crotone as he scored the 3rd goal to give Crotone a 3-1 victory away to Sampdoria. Nwankwo came in as a sub in the 74th minute and scored six minutes later.

In Portugal, Super Eagles midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo was on for 90 minutes as Feirense pulled off a huge 0-0 away to FC Porto.

In Netherlands, Super Eagles right back Tyrone Ebuehi started and lasted 90’minutes as ADO Den Haag beat Sparta Rotterdam 1-0 away form home.

Former Flying Eagles star Abduljeleel Ajagun played 90 minutes for Roda JC Kerkrade in their narrow 0-1 lose away to FC Utrecht.

Meanwhile Fred Friday 21′ scored the winner for AZ Akmaar in their 2-1 win over FC Twente to secure a spot in next season’s Europa league. Friday now has 11goals in 21 Eredivise matches.

Away from Holland to Denmark were Nigerian midfielder Izunna Uzorchukwu was on the losing side as Randers FC beat OB 4-0. Izunna lasted 90 minutes for OB.

Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu failed to score despite playing 90 minutes as Danish giants FC Copenhagen beat his FC Midtjylland team 3-1.

Finally we round up in Norway, Samuel Adegbenro scored his first of the season as Viking thrashed Odds Ballklubb 3-0. Adegbenro scored in the 27 minute and was subbed off with 12 minutes
remaining.

Ohi Omoijuanfo scored his 7th goal after five matches in Norway to lead the goalscorers chat as his side Stabaek won 3-0 to Tromso.

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