Eagles Tracker: Nwakali opens account, Oshoala nets second NWSL goal

Eagles Tracker: Nwakali opens account, Oshoala nets second NWSL goal

  • On Saturday, EaglesTracker followed 143 matches that could potentially feature Nigerian footballers.
  • From 77 different leagues around the world
  • Here are the top stories


In the Premyer Liqa, Jesse Sekidika grabbed a goal and an assist, while Emmanuel Apeh played for 18 minutes as Sabah FC secured a [2-0] victory against Səbail FK.


It was the best of Nigerian vibes on display during Abahani Chittagong's thumping 5-0 win at Brothers Union.

Paul Komolafe struck two goals, and Ifegwu Ojukwu netted a second-half penalty while Wasiu Semiu claimed an assist as the visitors ran riot inside the Rajshahi District Stadium in Rajshahi.


Raymond Adeola opened the scoring for FC Dinamo Minsk on their road to a comfortable [2-0] Premier League victory at FC Dnepr Mogilev.

Czech Republic

In the Czech FNL, Ola Dele and Yunusa Muritala fired two of the goals that powered SK Sigma Olomouc II to a straightforward [3-0] win at FK Dukla Praha.


With their Championship playoff spot secured, Joe Aribo and Southampton FC laboured to a disappointing [1-0] home defeat to Stoke City.

In the Premier League, Alex Iwobi and Calvin Bassey delivered a decent job for Fulham FC in their [1-1] home draw with high-flying Crystal Palace FC.

Gabriel Osho and Fred Onyedinma did their bit, but it was not enough to help relegation-threatened Luton Town FC avoid a tough [2-1] loss at Wolverhampton Wanderers.


Victor Boniface and Nathan Tella featured from the bench as Bayer 04 Leverkusen equalised with the last kick of the encounter to claim a thrilling [2-2] Bundesliga draw with Vfb Stuttgart to protect their incredible unbeaten run.


Oluwatobiloba Adefunyibomi broke the deadlock for Asteras Tripolis, but OFI fought back to earn a [1-1] Super League 1 draw inside the Stadio Theodoros Kolokotronis in Tripoli.


Kelechi Nwakali fired a stunning screamer for his first Primeira Liga goal of the season, but it failed to stop GD Chaves from falling to a [3-1] defeat at Casa Pia AC.

Chidozie Awaziem was shown his first red card of the season, while Bruno Onyemaechi did his bit as Boavista stumbled to a slim [1-0] loss at
Vitoria SC Guimaraes.


Ayo Obileye was in action for Livingston FC, before picking up a knock in the 59th minute of their [2-0] Scottish Premiership victory over Ross County FC.


It was another Nigerian party inside the Mestský štadión in Skalica, where Hillary Gong and Chinonso Emeka were on the scorer's sheet while Jude Sunday claimed an assist in AS Trenčín's comprehensive [4-0] victory over MFK Skalica.


Bright Osayi-Samuel was impressive, making five tackles and winning 14 duels as Fenerbahce SK kept their Super Lig title dreams alive with a hard-fought [2-1] victory against bitter rivals Besiktas JK.


Super Falcons star, Asisat Oshoala scored her second goal of the NWSL season, as Bay FC fell to a [2-1] defeat away at San Diego Wave. 


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