Nigerian youngster and Chelsea football club of England loanee Tariq Uwakwe continues his impressive start for his loan club Accrington Stanley, as he scored again in the team's 2-0 victory over Peterborough United on Saturday evening in English League one.
The young Midfielder scored his first professional goal few days ago, as he scored a hat-trick in his Debut match for Accrington Stanley against Leeds United youth team in EFL cup, before he scored his first goal in league one on Saturday as Accrington defeated Peterborough United 2-0.
Uwakwe almost bagged an assist just past the half-hour mark as he sent a cross into the box but Dion Charles saw his shot dealt comfortably by goalkeeper Pym. With the score 1-0 in favour of Accrington Stanley, Uwakwe scored a beautiful goal in the 85th minute of the game, after he curled in a brilliant effort past Peterborough United goalkeeper Pym from just outside the box, to make the scores 2-0 in favour of Accrington Stanley.
The youngster was lively, and he played the 90th minutes in his first senior match in English League one.
The Chelsea loan star will be looking forward to continuing his outstanding performance for Accrington Stanley when they travel to play Burton Albion in match day 2 at Pirelli Stadium in few days time.
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