Super Eagles of Nigeria star Viv Solomon-Otabor was impressive for Liam Richardson led Wigan Athletic football club of England on Saturday evening, as he helped them to defeat Crewe Alexandra FC 2-0, in the English League 1.
The Nigerian international was given another starting role by coach Liam Richardson, and he was able to impress, as he guided them to a deserved home victory.
Solomon-Otabor started in his team's attacking midfield alongside Callum Lang and Will Keane, and the trio were exceptional on the pitch.
The host opened scoring through Joe Dodoo in the 15th minutes, via a fine teamwork from Nigerian Viv Solomon-Otabor, to end the first half 1-0.
Lee Evans doubled the lead for the home team in the in the 72nd minutes, via a penalty kick, as the match ended 2-0 in favour of the host.
The Nigerian international was impressive for the home team in the entertaining encounter, and he was involved in one of the two goals scored by the host.
Solomon will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the club when they play their next game in few days time.
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