Nigerian sensation forward, Rasheed Akanbi showed off his worth to grab an assist in Fotbal Club Sheriff Tiraspol win over Fudbalski klub Partizan and qualifications into the next round of thee prestigious Europa Conference League.
Nigerian duo of Rasheed Akanbi and Atiemwen who were on parade gave in a good fight in Fudbalski klub Partizan sinking.
After a slim 1-0 win in Moldova, Fudbalski klub Partizan returned back to the Stadium JNA in the next round hoping to conclude it's qualifications against Fotbal Club Sheriff Tiraspol.
Haven lost in the first leg in Moldova,Fotbal Club Sheriff Tiraspol hoped for a miracle in their date at the Stadium JNA when they face Fudbalski klub Partizan.
First half of the game had Fudbalski klub Partizan opening scoring at the at the 13th minute but it's goal cancelled off at the 22nd minute from a penalty kick.
To compound Fudbalski klub Partizan woes, gangling Nigerian striker,Rasheed Akanbi proves an assist at the 45th minute to sink Fudbalski klub Partizan
On return for the seocnd half, Fotbal Club Sheriff Tiraspola came through with another goal to secure a big win and qualifications into the competition next round
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