Super Eagles star impressive for his European club
By Tonade14 | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 7 views
Super Eagles defender, Zaidu Sanusi was in action against Benelenses SAD at the Estadio Nacional in the Portugal Primera Liga.
The Super Eagles star started the game from the bench but was introduced into the game in the 85th minutes, as he was brought on for Wilson Manafa.
The former Santa Clara star was able to impress for the Sergio Conceicao's led FC Porto team despite playing late in the second half.
He was able to cleared some chances and solidified the defence line against pressures from the host most especially in the long added minutes after the full time, as 18 minutes was added after the 90 minutes duration.
Despite some dazzling displays put up by the two sides, none was able to found the back of the net as the game ended goalless draw at full time.
The draw has now taken FC Porto to the second spot on the Portugal Primera League table with 39 points in 17 matches played - 3 points behind league leader Sporting CP with 42 points and a game in hand.
Sergio Conceicao's led FC Porto team will now be hoping to bounced back to winning ways in their next fixture to keep their pursuit in the current campaign going.
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