Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler Joe Aribo was superb for Steven Gerrard led Glasgow Rangers football club of Scotland on Sunday evening, as he guided them to a deserved 2-0 derby victory over Glasgow Celtic at Ibrox Stadium, in the Scottish Cup.
The Nigerian international retained his spot in coach Steven Gerrard led Glasgow Rangers, and he was able to impress, as he inspire them to a deserved victory over their League rival.
Joe Aribo started in the home team's midfield alongside Scott Arfield, Glen Kamara and Steven Davis, and they were all fantastic for the home team.
The host opened scoring through Steven Davis in the 10th minutes, through a fine teamwork from Nigerian Joe Aribo, before Celtic defender Jonjo Kenny scored an own goal in the 34th minutes, to end the first half 2-0.
The host tried to add more goals in the second half, but all their efforts were not successful, as the match ended 2-0 in favour of Steven Gerrard's team.
Joe Aribo was exceptional for the home team throughout the game, and he was able to inspire them to a deserved victory over their rival.
The victory over Glasgow Celtic football club has now taken Glasgow Rangers football club to the quarter final of the Scottish Cup.
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