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Weeknd Review: How Super Eagles Players Performed At The Weekend.

Super Eagles stars returned to league actions after the International break wherein they Nigeria Senior National team played, Central Africa Republic, in a double header, in one of the African World Cup qualifiers series.

It was an exciting time for the players in the league during the weekend, some propelled their sides to big wins, some increased their goal tally whilst the others had a bad day in office.

Below is an review of how most of the Nigerian Super Eagles players performed at the weekend.

1. Troost-Ekong (Watford, England)

It was a complete bad day for the Nigerian Super Eagles assistant Skipper as his defence marshalled line couldn't contend rampaging Liverpool striker's.

Troost-Ekong played all 90mins as his side were Pummled by five unreplied goals.

2. Dennis Emmanuel (Watford, England)

The winger faced a bad day in office alongside fellow compatriot, Troost-Ekong, as they suffered a heavy defeat against Liverpool.

3. Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England)

The Super Eagles and Junior international world cup winner enjoyed a big win at the Weeknd as his side bagged a win against Manchester United.

Kelechi had his name on the assist book in his side big win.

3. Leon Balogun (Rangers, Scotland)

The big centre featured for all 90min for his Scottish side at the weekend as they were held to a stalemate against, Hearts.

4. Jamilu Collins (Paderborn, Germany)

The Super Eagles left full back was in action for his German side as his team quest for promotion suffered a dent as they played out a (1-1) draw agains, Regensburg.

5. Ola Aina (Torino, Italy)

Aina and his teammates were faced with an uphill task of stopping in-form compatriot, Victor Osimhen, from scoring. All efforts was abortive as the striker netted a late minute goal.

6. Frank Onyeka (Brentford, England)

Fran 'The Tank' and his English side suffered defeat at the Weeknd as they were piped at home by Chelsea. Frank lasted for all 90mins.

7. Innocent Bonke (Malmo FF, Sweden)

The rugged defensive midfielder was present and contributed immensely to his side win away from home against Ostersunds.

8. Joe Aribo (Rangers, Scotland)

The Midfielder and his teammates effort weren't enough to return the team to wining ways as they were forced to a (1-1) draw against, Hearts.

9. Alex Iwobi (Everton, England)

Alex missed out the party during the international break owing to an injury but the attacking midfielder made a return at the weekend in his side disappointing home defeat against, West Ham.

10. Chidera Ejuke (CSKA Moscow, Russia)

The dashing winger who shone like a million stars during the international break with the Super Eagles continued his impressive form at club level as he netted his side winning goal away from home against, Ural.

11. Moses Simon (Nantes, France)

Moses and his french side were fortunate to salvage a point against, Boredeaux, as they continue their impressive form.

12. Samuel Chukwueze (Villareal, Spain)

After 5months on the sideline, Chukwueze came in as a second halve Substitute in his side disappointing home lose against, Osasuna.

13. Ahmed Musa (Karagumruk, Turkey)

Musa was instrumental to his side big win at the weekend in one of the matches played in the Turkish topflight league at the Weeknd.

15. Paul Ebere Onuachu (Genk, Belgium)

The Genk striker fired blank in his side away lose at the weekend, Onuachu squandered the chance of adding to his goal tally as he missed from the spot.

16. Victor Osimhen (Napoli, Italy)

The big talisman showed his worth once more as he came through for his side with a match winning goal at a time hope was lost.

17. Calvin Bassey (Rangers, Scotland)

The new boy who got his first call up at the concluded International break was an unused Sub in his side draw at the weekend.

18. Chidozie Awaziem (Alanyspor, Turkey)

Awaziem's Alanyspor continued its winning streak as they recorded a massive win in a 8goals thriller in the game played on Monday night.

19. Kenneth Omeruo (Leganes, Spain)

The big centre back was served a bitter birthday present at the weekend as his side lost woefully at the weekend.

20. Taiwo Awoniyi (Union Berlin, Germany)

The Union Berlin striker increased his goal tally at the weekend, a goal which helped his side to a win at home.

21. Okoye Maduka (Sparta Rotterdam, Netherlands)

The Nigerian first choice goalkeeper failed to keep a clean sheet but still came through for his side with outstanding, brilliant saves that kept the game level at full time.

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