At the mid-week Nigerian born and eligible players plying their trade outside the shores of the country were actively involved in their various clubs league matches
Below are the Nigerian players who excelled with their various club sides over the weekend with Jack Ipalibo making huge headlines.
1. Sadiq Umar (Almeria, Spain)
The Olympics bronze medalist continued his impressive form and added another goal to his tally as they defeated, Tenerife, at home.
2. Franklin Sasere (Hamrun, Malta)
Sasere first halve goal from the spot turned the match winner for his side away from home as they defeated, Floriana.
3. Cyril Dessers ( Feyenoord, Netherland)
The Gent striker came off the bench to write his name on the score sheet as his side ran riot Nec Nijmegen in an 8goals thriller.
4. Jack Ipalibo (Stromgodset, Norway)
The Midfield maestro stole the show, icing his scillinating performance with a jaw dropping goal as his Norwegian side recorded a big win (5-0) against Sarpsborg 08.
5. Attah Jordan (Stromgodset, Norway)
After a hattrick at the midweek in a cup game, the Nigeria born striker came off the bench to write his name in gold on the scoreshet as his Norwegian side recorded a big win at the weekend.
6. Joe Aribo (Rangers, Scotland)
The Nigerian international strike turned the only goal and the match winning goal as his side Scottish side continued it's exciting form against Dundee FC.
7. Stanley Dimgba (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
The former Warri Wolves and Enyimba winger was on song at the weekend as his goal helped propel his side to a big win against Chippa United.
8. Anayo Iwuala (Esperance, Tunsia)
The Nigerian international started with a banger for his new side as his only goal helped his Tunsian club clinch the Tunsian league Super Cup.
9. Olarenwaju Kayode (Sivasspor, Turkey)
The bullish striker had his name on the score sheet as his team recorded a big and convincing win against, Karagumruk.
10. Moses Simon (Nantes, France)
The Super Eagles winger scored his side only goal in theid heart wrenching defeat against, Reims FC at the weekend.
11. Victor Osimhen(Napoli, Italy)
Arguably the most inform and consistent striker in Europe, the former Lille player was on target after scoring a brace at mid-week.
12. Paul Onuachu (Genk, Belgium)
The Striker ended a hatrrick hero in his side win against, Seraing, at the weeknd. Onuachu could have had four goals in the fixture but failed to convert from the spot.
13. Charles Atshimene (CD Feriense)
The Nigeria professional football league highest goal scorer opened his goal account for his new side in their big win at the weekend in a cup game.
14. Agunwa Gideon ( Atmosfera, Lithuania)
The Sensational foward continued his impressive for his Lithuanian based side with a jaw dropping brace as they salvaged a point away from home against, Neptunas.
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