Oshoala, Orban, Adediran on target in fine club wins

Oshoala, Orban, Adediran on target in fine club wins

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Alex Iwobi featured for 89 minutes, while Emmanuel Dennis was a second-half substitute as Nottingham Forest and Everton played out a thrilling 2-2 draw at the City Ground.

Ashleigh Plumptre and Leicester City were completely outclassed 5-1 by league leaders Manchester United to remain rooted to the basement of the Women's Super League table.


Asisat Oshoala netted her 19th goal of the season to open the scoring for Barcelona in their 5-0 humiliation of Villarreal in the Primera Division Femenina.

Antionette 'Toni' Payne's best efforts were not enough to help Sevilla avoid falling to a 2-4 home defeat against Levante.


Anthony Ujah came off the bench to grab a dramatic equaliser as Eintracht Braunschweig came from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Arminia Bielefeld.


Calvin Bassey returned to the starting lineup and was impressive as Ajax Amsterdam carved out a hard-fought 1-0 win at home to NEC Njiemeng.


Youngster Gift Orban continued his brilliant start to life at KAA Gent as he smashed a stunning winner into the top corner in his side's 1-0 win over Anderlecht. The former Stabæk prodigy now has four goals in his first six games for Gent.


Goalkeeper Francis Uzoho was between the posts as Héctor Yuste's late effort handed Omonia Nicosia a 2-1 away victory at Rasheed Yusuf's Karmiotissa.


České Budějovice's Quadri Adediran emerged from the bench to score the only goal of the match that condemned Igoh Ogbu, Peter Olayinka and Slavia Prague to their third defeat of the season.


Viv Solomon-Otabor claimed the assist to the winning goal as Rukh Vynnyky sealed a 2-1 away win at FK Metalist.

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