Onyedinma promoted, Sasere scores four, Ajibade triumphs in Spain

Onyedinma promoted, Sasere scores four, Ajibade triumphs in Spain

ALGERIA

Anayo Iwuala provided the assist to help Chabab Belouizdad beat NC Magra [0 - 1] and reach the final of the Algerian Cup.

BANGLADESH

Peter Ebimobowei scored both goals for Rahmatgonj MFS in the hard-fought [1-2] at Muktijoddha SKC. Emmanuel Uzochukwu grabbed the consolation goal for the home side.

ARMENIA

In the Armenia Premier League, Christopher Boniface scores for FC Van in their home Armenian Premier League victory over FC Shirak.

Elsewhere, Goodness Igbokwe got the winning goal for struggling Noah in their [2 - 1] victory over high-flying Ararat-Armenia.

CANADA

Chinonso Offor scored the only goal of the game, to lead CF Montreal to a [1-0] home MLS victory over Inter Miami CF. Ibrahim Sunusi was also impressive in his 71 minutes of action.

CZECH REPUBLIC

Peter Olayinka played his final game for Slavia Prague, while Igoh Ogbu also featured as the Slavists ran out [4-0] winners over Slovacko to end the season in style.

ENGLAND

Fred Onyedinma and Elijah Adebayo have secured promotion to the English Premier League with Luton Town FC after the club defeated Coventry City on penalties in the Championship playoffs.

In the Women's Super League, Ashleigh Plumptre and Leicester City sealed their spot in the Barclays Women’s Super League for another season following their hard-earned [0-1] victory over Brighton. 

FINLAND

In the Ykkönen, Abdullahi Gero netted a 67th-minute penalty that secured a [2-1] victory and all three points for TPS over Salpa at the Veritas Stadion in Turku.

Defender Michael John scored the only goal of the game for Salpa before he was shown a straight red card in the 66th minute.

FRANCE

Moses Simon featured for the last 16 minutes as Nantes dropped into the relegation zone in Ligue 1 with a loss at Lens.

Terem Moffi assisted OGC Nice's winning goal as they came from a two-goal deficit to beat Montpellier [2-3] away from home.

Super Falcons goalkeeper, Chiamaka Nnadozie made a few stunning saves to guide Paris FC to a [0-4] away win over Rodez. The win helped the Parisians secure a UEFA Women's Champions League qualifying spot.

Oluwatosin Demehin and Rofiat Imuran were on parade for Stade de Reims in their [7-1] away defeat to Olympique Lyonnais, who claimed the Feminine Division 1 title.

ITALY

Ola Aina was a second-half substitute as Torino forced a [4-0] crushing down the throat of struggling Spezia.

Ademola Lookman was also introduced from the bench as Atalanta fell to a [2-3] defeat at Champions League finalists, Inter Milan.

William Troost-Ekong pulled off the best performance of any Nigerian star in Serie A on Saturday as he scored a 96th winner for Salernitana in their hard-earned [3-2] comeback Serie A victory over Udinese.

The goal was Troost-Ekong's first Serie A goal of his career, which arrived in his 73rd appearance in the competition.

JAPAN

Peter Utaka was the hero for Ventforet Kofu as he bagged a brace and assisted another in their comprehensive [5-1] win over Omiya Ardija in the J2 League.

KAZAKHSTAN

Chidi Usochukwu scored both of Aksu's goals in their [2 - 1] triumph over Zhetysu in the Premier League.

LIECHTENSTEIN

Franklin Sasere hit the target an astonishing four times to power Vaduz to a stunning [1-6] away win at Neuchâtel Xamax.

PORTUGAL

In the Primeira Liga, Bamidele Yusuf came off the bench to round up the scoring for Estoril in their [3 - 1] victory over Marítimo.

Saviour Godwin and Casa Pia finished in 10th place as their first season in the Portuguese Primeira ended with a [1-0] defeat against Gil Vicente.

ROMANIA

Funsho Bamigboye was in excellent form for Rapid as he scored twice to help the visitors stun FCSB with a [1-5] victory in Liga 1.

SAUDI ARABIA

Odion Ighalo was among the goals as dethroned champions Al Hilal taught Abha a lesson in ruthless finishing following their [0-3] away triumph in a Saudi League cash.

SPAIN

Rasheedat Ajibade and Atletico Madrid lifted the Copa de la Reina after beating bitter rivals Real Madrid in the final.

Both teams played out a [2-2] draw in extra time before Atletico triumphed [3-1] in the ensuing penalty to hand Ajibade her third major club title since moving to Spain in January 2021.

TUNISIA

In Ligue 1, Akpan Ankeye was Hammam-Sousse's hero as he netted the winning goal in the [1 - 0] win at home to Bizertin.

Elsewhere, Victor Abata scored the two goals that inspired Métlaoui to an impressive [2 - 1] win over visiting Stade Tunisien.

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