Super Eagles of Nigeria star Saviour Godwin was fantastic for Casa Pia football club on Sunday night, as he scored a last-minute goal in their 2-2 draw against Estoril football club in the Portuguese Primeira Liga on Sunday night.
The Nigerian international has been fantastic for Casa Pia football club since the beginning of the season, and he was able to perform excellently again on Sunday night.
Saviour Godwin was given a starting role in Casa Pia football club's attack, and he was able to score one of his team's two goals of the game.
Goals from Brazilian star Felippe and Saviour Godwin helped Casa Pia football club to secure a hard-fought draw, despite the fact that Cassiano and Pedro Alvaro scored for Estoril football club.
Nigerian star Saviour Godwin was fantastic for Casa Pia football club throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to mark his brilliant display with a last-minute goal.
The goal against Estoril football club has now marked Saviour Godwin's 4th League goal of the season, and he will be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the club when they play their next League game.
The draw against Estoril football club has also taken Casa Pia football club to the 9th spot of the Portuguese Primeira Liga table with 41 points from 33 matches played.
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