Euro Watch: Onazi, Eze, Onuachu get contrasting results


We’re bring you Sunday performance of Nigerians in the various legs across Europe.


Leicester City beat Everton 2-0 in the English premier League but there was no relief for Iheanacho and Ahmed Musa even with a new coach.

Kelechi Iheanacho since his move from Manchester City to Leicester has been
used as a substitute and he came on for the foxes with a minute left to play in regulation time.

Ahmed Musa just like under sacked coaches Raneiri and Shakespeare was not
listed in the Foxes squad.

However midfielder Wilfred Ndidi continues to hold down a regular spot in the heart of Leicester midfield.

Striker Paul Onuachu was sacrificed in the 79th minute as ten men FC Midtjylland held host Lyngby to a pulsating 2-2.

His Nigerian teammate Rilwan Hassan is still out injured.

Midfielder Izunna Uzorchukwu went the distance for OB Fc who dispatched AaB
Fc 2-0 away from home.

Versatile forward Denis Bonaventure is experiencing a bit of a goal drought,
even though his Club Brugge side ran out 4-1 winners over St.Truiden.

Denis was subbed off in the 54th minute.

Versatile midfielder cum defender Uche Agbo, was on for 90 minutes in Standard Liege 3-1 win over Waasland-Beveren.

On loan Liverpool forward Taiwo Awoniyi started from the bench for Royal Excel Mouscron against Royal Antwerp.

Peter Eze started while Imoh Ezekiel came in as an 84th minute substitute in Konyaspor’s 1-0 win over Osmanilspor, who paraded striker Abdullahi Umar from the start while Raheem Lawal was an unused substitute.

Super Eagles vice captain Ogenyi Onazi, lasted for 89 minutes for Trabzonspor in
a 2-1 win over giants Galatasaray.

The ill tempered match saw Trabzonspor finish with ten men, while Galatasary
had two men sent off.

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