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    Nigeria: Footballers Abroad Dominate Midweek With Impressive Performances and Triumphs

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    Abuja, Nigeria – (African Boulevard News) – Nigerian footballers abroad had a busy midweek, with impressive performances and contributions to their respective clubs. Here’s a Soccernet.ng round-up of their achievements.

    First on the list is Peter Ogbu, who led Viktoria Plzen to a league title win in the Czech Republic. Ogbu’s team sealed the title with a game in hand after defeating Jablonec 2-0. The Nigerian midfielder was instrumental in the victory, playing the full 90 minutes and providing an assist for the second goal.

    In Italy, Nigerian striker David Okereke played a significant role in Venezia’s 2-1 victory over AC Milan. Okereke scored the equalizer in the 53rd minute, becoming the first player to score against Milan in 13 games. The goal was vital as it propelled Venezia to a surprise victory over one of Italy’s biggest clubs.

    Meanwhile, Chidozie Awaziem helped his team, Boavista, to a crucial 4-3 win over Tondela in the Portuguese Primeira Liga. Awaziem played the full 90 minutes in the high-scoring encounter and was a rock in the defense, making crucial tackles and interceptions.

    In the Turkish Super Lig, Abdullahi Shehu played a key role in Hatayspor’s 1-0 victory over Istanbul Basaksehir. The Nigerian midfielder was outstanding, making several tackles and interceptions to help his team secure a vital three points.

    Lastly, Nigerian forward Bright Ebere was on the scoresheet for his team Hapoel Tel Aviv in their 2-0 victory over Hapoel Haifa in the Israeli Premier League. Ebere scored the opening goal in the 33rd minute, his eighth of the season, to help his team secure all three points.

    In conclusion, Nigerian footballers abroad continue to make their mark in Europe and beyond, with impressive performances and contributions to their respective teams. Peter Ogbu, David Okereke, Chidozie Awaziem, Abdullahi Shehu, and Bright Ebere are just a few examples of the talent and quality that Nigeria has to offer in the football world.

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