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Meet 9 Nigerians Who Scored In The Mid-Week For Their Clubs

At the mid-week Nigerian born and eligible players plying their trade outside the shores of the country were actively involved in their various clubs league matches

Below are the Nigerian players who excelled with their various club sides over the weekend with Jordan Attah Kadirir making huge headlines.

1. Arokodare Tolu (Amiens, France)

The former Valmeria striker came off the bench to score for his French division 2 side as they shared spoils with, Pau FC, on a (2-2) scoreline.

2. Philip Azango (Trencin, Slovakia)

The Nigeria born striker was on target for his Slovenian based side, Trencin, against Raca in one of the fixtures of the Slovak Cup.

3. Samuel Kalu (Bordeaux, France)

The Super Eagles late minute strike aided his side to a share of spoils to redeem them from defeat against Montpellier in the French league.

4. Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England)

Super Eagles striker, Kelechi Iheanacho, was on target in the Carabao Cup as his second half goal was enough to seal their win against Millwall.

5. Jordan Attah Kadiri (Strømsgodset, Norway)

The Nigerian striker was a hat-trick hero as his Norwegian side whitewashed it's opponents Stabek in a 6goals thriller.

6. Stephen Odey (Randers, Denmark)

Odey bagged a brace in the Landspokal Cup after a brace in the league at weekend. Randers progressed on a slim win F.Amagar

7. Victor Osimhen (Napoli, Italy)

The red hot Super Eagles striker continued his impressive with a brace as his side ran riot against Sampdoria.

8. Akinkunmi Amoo (Hammarby, Sweden)

The former Nigerian Junior international was on song as his side dispatched, Goteborg on a (3-0) scoreline earlier this evening.

9. Paul Ebere Onuachu (Gent, Belgium)

The Super Eagles striker brace couldn't save him and his side from a looming defeat against Royal Antwerp. Onuachu brace kept the scoreline respectful at full time

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