Yesterday, Nigeria Super Eagles and Crotone player, Simy Nwankwo and AC Milan player, Zlatan Ibrahimovic were in action for both club, as they are both aiming to top the Italian Serie A Goal Scorers chart.
Simy Nwankwo played the whole 90 minutes for Crotone, as they were defeated while away against Spezia by 3 goals to 2. But Nigerian player, Simy Nwankwo was able to have his name on the scorer sheet, as he netted the second goal for Crotone, before Giulio Maggiore and Martin Erlic scored to give Spezia the Victory.
Also, Zlatan Ibrahimovic was on pitch for Ac Milan yesterday, as they won the away game against Parma. Zlatan Ibrahimovic was not lucky to find the back of the net, and was also send off the pitch in the 60th minutes.
Italian Serie A Goal Scorers Chart :
The yesterday results, makes Super Eagle and Crotone player tops Zlatan Ibrahimovic, on the Serie A Goal Scorer chart by 1 goal. This is indeed a good thing for Nigerians home and abroad.
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