Super Eagles of Nigeria goalkeeper Sebastian Osigwe was impressive for Maurizio Jacobacci led Lugano football club of Switzerland on Saturday evening, as he kept a clean sheet in their 1-0 home victory over Lausanne FC, to move to the second spot in the Switzerland Super League.
The Nigerian shot stopper was given a starting role by coach Maurizio Jacobacci ahead of the other goalkeepers, and he was able to impress, as he kept a clean sheet.
Sebastian Osigwe who has been struggling with playing time since joining Lugano football club last summer transfer window was able to make a lot of saves, to deny the visiting team from finding the back of the net.
The host opened scoring through defender Mijat Maric in the 18th minutes, after receiving an assist from Reto Zeigler to end the first half 1-0.
Both teams tried so hard to score more goals in the second half, but all their efforts were not successful, as the match ended 1-0.
Sebastian Osigwe was outstanding for the home team throughout the duration, and he was able to make nothing less than four saves, to deny the away team from netting.
The 1-0 victory over Lausanne FC has now taken Maurizio Jacobacci led Lugano football club to the 2nd spot of the Switzerland Super League table, with 40 points from 28 matches played.
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