Nigerian players, most especially those playing as Forward, are actually doing great at their various various, one of them is Umar Sadiq.
Real Zaragoza vs Almeria result :
Umar Sadiq is among the Nigeria national football team, that won bronze, at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Yesterday, he was in action for Almeria, as they played against Real Zaragoza. Although the match ended in defeat for the Nigerian player's club, as they were beaten by two goals to 1. Adrian Gonzalez scored the 1st goal, while Lucas Robertone pull one back for Umar Sadiq team. Carlos Nieto assisted Ivan Azon, to give Zeal Zaragozoa the full points. Umar Sadiq was unlucky to find the back of the net.
Segunda Golden boot table :
Nevertheless, this still did not change his position on the Segunda Division Golden Golden boot table. Umar Sadiq is still on the third position on the table with 15 goals. This shows that Nigerian players are picking up, when compared to their Africans colleague.
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