Super Eagles star inspires French Ligue 1 giants to a 2-1 home Victory
By Cristiano1 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Nigeria Super Eagles dazzler Samuel Kalu continues his excellent performance for Jean-Louis Gasset led Bordeaux FC on Sunday afternoon, as he guided them to a deserved 2-1 home victory over Stephane Moulin led Angers FC at Matmut-Atlantique Stadium.
The former Gent FC of Belgium star continues his recovery from his long time injury, and he was able to impress, as he contributed to his team's victory over Angers.
Coach Jean-Louis Gasset gave the Nigerian international a starting role in the team's attacking midfield alongside Remi Oudin, Hatem Ben Arfa, and Yacine Adil, and he was able to impress.
Ui-Jo Hwang opened scoring for the home team in the 8th minutes, through a fine teamwork from Nigerian Samuel Kalu, Ui-Jo Hwang doubled the lead in the 11th minutes through an assist from Yacine Adil, before Angelo Fulgini netted for the away team in the 39th minutes to end the first half 2-1.
Both teams efforts to score more goals in the second half of the game were not successful, as they ended the match 2-1 in favour of the host.
Samuel Kalu was exceptional on the pitch, and he contributed to one of the goals scored by Ui-Jo Hwang in the first half and he was later replaced by Nicolas de Preville in the second half of the game.
The victory over Angers now means Bordeaux have moved to the 7th spot in the French Ligue 1 table with 32 points from 21 matches played.
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