A Nigerian finally scores a debut brace in the premier league for the first time since 1993.
By Dannykelechi131 | self meida writer
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English premier league relegation battlers, Fulham boosted their chances of survival after an impressive 2-0 win over Everton. Nigerian Josh Maja was the hero of match as his brace was enough to win it for the London club at Goodison Park.￼It was Josh Maja full premier league debut, he made history by becoming the first Nigerian to score a brace on his premier league debut since Efan Ekoku brace for Norwich city against Middlesbrough, since May 1993. The London born Nigerian, 22 years of age, scored early into the second half after converting a cross from fellow Nigeria Ola Aina, before scoring his second after tapping in Reed's shot that hit the woodwork.Fulham are 18th on the premier league table, seven points behind Newcastle United in 17th place and they will have to be winning consecutively to ensure their stay in the topflight. Manchester city are seven points clear at the top of the premier league table, with a game in hand.
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