Moffi gets off the mark for Nice; Ighalo nets four goals for Al-Hilal

Moffi gets off the mark for Nice; Ighalo nets four goals for Al-Hilal

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Isaac Success assisted Udinese's first goal, scored by Beto, as the Flying Donkeys played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with visiting Spezia in the Italian Serie A.

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It was, however, not a good day for Ademola Lookman as he was kept ineffective in Atalanta's 2-0 defeat against AC Milan at the San Siro.


Super Eagles forward, Moses Simon came off the bench to share in Nantes' misery in their 0-1 loss at home to Rennes in the French Ligue 1.

At the Stade Louis II, however, Terem Moffi was the standout performer as OGC Nice ran out 3-0 winners over home team, Monaco. Moffi grabbed a brace - his first goals for the club since joining Nice in January - and assisted the other to power Les Aiglons to their 11th win of the campaign.

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In the Czech Fortuna Liga, Peter Olayinka delivered a man-of-the-match performance as he scored both goals to lead Slavia Prague to a comfortable 2-0 win over Slovacko.

Former Flying Eagles defender, Igoh Ogbu was also in action for Slavia Prague, helping his side keep a clean sheet and climb to the top of the league table.


Super Eagles defender, Bruno Onyemaechi grabbed his first-ever assist in the Potuguese Primeira Liga to help Boavista claim an impressive 3-1 victory at Paços Ferreira.

His international teammate, Zaidu Sanusi, was not as lucky as the Nigerian left-back came off the bench to feature in FC Porto's shock 1-2 home defeat against Gil Vicente.

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Former Flying Eagles striker, Henry Offia came off the bench to wrap up the scoring for Trelleborgs FF in their 1-3 Svenska Cupen victory over Helsinborgs.

Richard Friday was also in action during GAIS Goteborg's derby victory over Suleiman Abdullahi and IFK Goteborg


Odion Ighalo was the standout performer as he scored four times in Al Hilal's crushing 7-0 defeat of Al Duhail in the semifinals of the AFC Champions League.

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Al Hilal will face Urawa Reds in the final of the competition on April 28.

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