After the international break, Nigerian Players plying their trade in Europe were in action for their clubs and boy did they represent in style.
It doesn’t get any better than Wilfred Ndidi opening his EPL goal account with a spectacular 25 yards power rocket for Leceister city in their 2-0 win against Stoke city.
Ndidi was commended for excellent displays by caretaker boss Craig Shakespeare before the match day, and he went on to reward the confidence
of his coach with a beautiful strike that will be in contention for the goal of the month award surely.
Super Eagles assistant captain, Ahmed Musa was an unused substitute for Leceister.
Over at Stamford Bridge where Victor Moses was missing for Chelsea in their 1-2 shocking loss to Crystal palace which saw the blues 10 points lead cut to 7.
Meanwhile, Super Eagles latest debutant Isaac Success was on as a substitute in the 53rd minute as his Watford side pipped relegation threatened Sunderland 1-0. Victor Anechebe was missing for Sunderland due to injury.
Henry Onyekuru was the hero for Eupen FC in a 2-2 draw with Röselare on Saturday night, after his 2 goals cancelled out a two nil first half deficit.
Onyekuru, 19 has now scored 14 goals for Eupen this season, he remains a transfer target for Celtic and other EPL clubs.
In Turkey, out of favour super Eagles midfielder Raheem Lawal registered an assist for Kayserispor FC in a 1-2 loss to Antalyaspor.