Super Eagles of Nigeria star Olanrewaju Kayode was on target again for Riza Calimbay led Sivasspor football club of Turkey on Tuesday evening, as they defeated Fenerbahce FC 2-1, in the week 39 of the Turkish Super Lig, to extend their unbeaten League run to 17.
The former Manchester City football club of England star who has been exceptional for the team was able to impress again, as he scored a beautiful goal for the visitors to guide them to a deserved victory.
Olanrewaju Kayode started in the away team's attack alongside Max Gradel and Casimir Ninga, and the trio were able to impress for the visitors.
The visitors took the lead through Super Eagles star Olanrewaju Kayode in the 45th minutes, after receiving an assist from Faycal Fajr, to end the first half 1-0.
Hakan Arslan doubled the lead for the away team in the 48th minutes, through a beautiful assist from Max-Alain Gradel, before former Newcastle United star Demba Papiss Cisse netted the consolation goal for the home team in the 90th minutes, to end the match 2-1.
Olanrewaju Kayode was outstanding for the away team in the entertaining encounter, and he was able to mark his impressive performance with a classic goal for the visitors.
The 2-1 victory over Fenerbahce FC now means Riza Calimbay's Sivasspor FC has extended their unbeaten League run to 17, and they'll be looking forward to continuing their impressive form when they play their last game of the season this weekend.
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