Ighalo, Osimhen draw closer to titles; Olatunji, Odey, Adams shine in club wins

Ighalo, Osimhen draw closer to titles; Olatunji, Odey, Adams shine in club wins

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Gift Orban's mini-goal drought continued as KV Oostende shocked hosts KAA Gent [1-2] in the Belgian First Division A.

Raphael Onyedika played well in midfield, helping Club Brugge to a satisfying [7-0] victory over KAS Eupen.

Victor Boniface continued to build his burgeoning reputation by providing an assist in Union Saint-Gilloise's impressive [2-4] away win over KV Kortrijk.

The only positive news for Genk was Tolu Arokodare's return from injury as the title contenders were held to a [2-2] draw by Sporting Charleroi.


Victor Olatunji assisted Slovan Liberec's second goal in their [3-1] win over Wale Alli's Zbrojovka Brno.

Quadri Adediran rounded off the scoring for České Budějovice in their [5-1] demolition of Joshua Akpudje's Jablonec.


Stephen Odey opened the scoring for Randers, while Tosin Kehinde also impressed as the visitors humiliated Brøndby [0-4] at the Brøndby Stadion in a highly-anticipated Superliga clash.


Semi Ajayi will hope for a better outing next time after his West Brom stumbled to a [1-2] home defeat against Sunderland in the Championship.


Akor Adams was the hero for Lillestrøm as he scored the winner in his side's [2-1] triumph over ten-man Molde in the Eliteserien.


Port Harcourt-born Fred Friday broke the deadlock after only 12 minutes, while Avishay Cohen added a second just before the interval as Beitar Jerusalem sealed a [2-1] victory over Hapoel Hadera.


In the Italian Serie A, Tyronne Ebuehi could not help Empoli as they were roundly thrashed [0-3] by Inter Milan.

Isaac Success scored his first league goal in exactly one year, Kingsley Ehizibue impressed to inspire Udinese to a convincing [3-0] victory over Cyriel Dessers and David Okereke's Cremonese.

Victor Osimhen put in a good shift on the pitch as Napoli took a major step towards claiming their first league title in 33 years with an impressive [0-1] win over Juventus.


Odion Ighalo and Al Hilal are through to the final of the King's Cup after Ahmed Hegazy's own goal in the first half of extra time gave the champions a [0-1] advantage over Al Ittihad.


Spartak Trnava were held to a [1-1] draw by visiting DAC 1904, with Abdulrahman Taiwo scoring the opening goal for the home team.


Chukwubuikem Ikwuemesi was among the goal-scorers for NK Celje as they stunned Bravo [0-3] away from home.


In a woman-of-the-match worthy performance, Anam Imo scored twice, including a 64th-minute penalty, to lead Faith Ikidi Michael and Piteå to a [4-1] win against Brommapojkarna in the Damallsvenskan.


Henry Onyekuru scored from the penalty spot to seal Adana Demirspor's thrilling [5-3] victory over Anthony Uzodimma's Kayserispor.


Rasheedat Ajibade was in action for half an hour as Atletico Madrid carved out a hard-fought [2-1] home win over Levante in the La Liga Feminina.

In La Liga, Samuel Chukwueze impressed on the flanks, but his exploits were for nothing as Villarreal were beaten [2-1] at Sevilla.

2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner, Kenneth Omeruo provided the assist to Miramón's goal for Leganes, but the Cucumber Growers eventually suffered a [2-1] loss away to Alaves in the Segunda Division. 

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