In the weekend under review, we will take a close looks how Nigeria Internationals and eligible players performed over the weekend with their various clubs outside the shores of the country.
1. Ola Aina (Torino, Italy)
The Super Eagles defender emerged triumphantly alongside his Italian based team as they recorded a slim win against Sassuolo at the weekend.
2. Paul Seun Komolafe (Kapfenberg, Austria)
The Nigerian international scored his side only goal of the game to seal their away win against, Horn Fc, in the Austria second division.
3.Eleta Kingsley (Bashundhara Kings, Bangladesh)
The Big center forward was on parade for his Bangladesh based side as they secured maximum points away from home against Sheikh Russel.
4. Samson Iyede (Fredericia, Denmark)
A bad day in office it was for the Nigerian and his Dannish side as they suffered a home defeat in a 6goals thriller against Helsingor. Iyede unfortunately netted an own to worsen things for his side.
5. Effiong Nsungusi (Koge, Denmark)
Effiong was a second half substitute as his Dannish side, Koge, settled for a point apiece as they held Lyngby to a (1-1) draw.
6. Alaribe Emmanuel x Nwautobo M.C (Balti, Moldova)
The two compatriot had a bad outing over the weekend in the Moldovan topflight league as their newly promoted, Balti, suffered a home defeat against, SF Gheorghe.
7. Maduka Okoye (Sparta Rotterdam, Holland)
The Super Eagles safe hands heroic display saved his side from a looming defeat as they finally settled for a (1-1) draw at the weekend against newly promoted, Nec Njimec.
8. Bamidele Yusuf (Tranava, Slovakian)
The sensational forward featured all 90mins for his side as the garnered maximum points against Sered in the topflight league.
9. Sadiq Umar (Almeria, Spain)
The goal manic bagged a brace for his side as they whitewashed Alcoron on Friday night. The Nigerian striker missed from the spot to deny himself a hat-trick.
10. Obinna Nwaobodo (Gotzpe, Turkey)
The former Nigerian topflight league winner suffered a slim defeat with his Turkish side as they returned to base empty against Altay.
11. Ahmed Musa (Karagumruk, Turkey)
The Super Eagles skipper aided his side to a slim win away from home in a 7goals thriller against, Yeni Malatyaspor.
12. Dennis Emmanuel (Watford, England)
The new boy bagged his second goal of the season against Norwich City in a keenly contested fixture.
Fellow compatriots Oghenekaro Etebo and Troost-Ekong contributed their quota in their club big win.
13. Onyeka Frank (Brentford, England)
The Premier league new boy was a second halve substitute in his side big win away from home against Wolves
14. Ibrahim Aliyu (Lok.Zagreb, Crotia)
The Nigerian born player efforts wasn't enough to avert a looming defeat as they finally succumbed to Sibenik at the weekend.
15. Fortune Akpan Bassey (CESKE Budejovice, Czech Republic)
Fortune was on the score sheet for his side but his strike couldn't save his team as they returned back to base empty without a point(s).
16. Aniekpeno Udo (Kups, Finland)
The former Akwa United striker was on the score sheet again at the Weeknd. Udoh's 24min strike sealed the win for his side.
17. Tolu Arokodare (Amiens, France)
The former Valmeria striker came off the bench to net a jaw dropping goal. Tolu's 90+5 striker was enough to aid his side to a precious one point.
18. Ifeanyi Mathew (Lillestrom, Norway)
The former Kano Pillars midfielder played a vital role for his Norwegian side, Lillestrom, as they recorded a big win against ODD. Fellow compatriot, Ogbu, was not left out as he marshalled it's defence line expertly.
19. Bruno Onyemaechi (CD Feirense, Portugal)
The Nigerian born defender who scored his side only goal on matchday 5 and also put up another electrifying performance to aid his side big win against Rio Ave.
20. Stanley Dimgba (Stellenbosch, South Africa)
The former Enyimba winger was on rampage while he lasted on the pitch as his side bagged a precious 3points away from home.
21. Kenneth Omeruo (Leganes, Spain)
The Super Eagles defender was at it again as he left no stone unturned as he safe guarded his team only goal for maximum points against, Amorebieta.
22. Godswill Ekpolo (Hacken, Sweden)
The right full back maintained class from his position as his team failed to record a win against Mjallby.
23. Paul Mukairu (Antalyspor)
The Nigerian international starred for his side in their defeat at the weekend against Besiktas on a (2-3) score line.
24. Anthony Nwakeme (Trabzonpor, Turkey)
Nwakeme fired blank as his side bagged a hard fought victory against, Kasimpasa.
25. Azubuike Okechukwu (Sivasspor, Turkey)
The former U23 midfielder was a second halve substitute as they were pegged to a (1-1) home draw against Gaziantep.
26. Moses Simon (Nantes, France)
The Super Eagles winger had two assists as his french side thumbed off, Angers, away from home in a 5goals thriller.
27. Terem Moffi (Lorient, France)
The Super Eagles striker fired blank as his side held home side, Reims, at the weekend.
28. Paul Ebere Onuachu (Genk, Belgium)
The red-hot striker continued his fine form at weekend as he was super Sub as he came into net the winning goal for his Belgian side.
29. Ubong Ekpai (Slavia Prague)
Ekpai was a second halve substitute for his Czech Republic side as they whitewashed home side Bohemians in the Czech Republic topflight league.
30. Stephen Odey (Randers, Denmark)
The former MFM striker bagged a brace on his first start for Randers in the current campaign. Odey's double strike gave his side maximum points against Nordsjaelland.
31. Ibrahim Muhammad Sa’id (Viborg, Denmark)
The former Nigerian junior international featured for his Dannish side, gave in everything in his Arsenal but wasn't enough to separate the two sides at full time
32. Abdulrahman Taiwo ( Sonderjyske, Demark)
Red hot Nigerian striker, Abdulrahman Taiwo, added to his goal tally at the Weeknd and his strike was enough to secure maximum points for team against, Brondby.
33. Chisom Chikatara (Gokulam, India)
The Nigerian international was a hat-trick hero for his Indian side as they whitewashed it's opponents in 9goals thriller.
Chikatara recorded history as the first player to score 'Duranda Cup' fastest goal.
34. Sunday Adetunji (Shkupi FC, Macedonia)
The gangling goal poacher extended his league goal tally to 4goals with a well deserved brace at the weeknd.
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