Super Eagles of Nigeria star Oluwasemilogo Ajayi was outstanding for West Bromwich Albion football club on Saturday evening, as he guided them to a remarkable 3-0 victory over Bristol City FC at the Hawthorns Stadium in England.
The former Arsenal star was given another starting role by his coach, following his outstanding performance for the club in their previous matches, and he was able to impress again.
Semi Ajayi started in the home team's defence line alongside Kyle Bartley and Matt Clarke and the trio were superb in the game.
The host opened scoring through Jordan Hugill in the 8th minutes and he doubled the lead in the 42nd minutes to end the first half 2-0.
Karlan Grant made it 3-0 in the 52nd minutes through a fine cross from Semi Ajayi to end the match 3-0.
The Nigerian international was exceptional for the home team throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to play a crucial role in his team's deserved victory.
The 3-0 victory over Bristol City FC has now taken West Bromwich Albion football club to the second spot of the English Championship table with 28 points from 14 matches played.
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