Gbolahan Salami
By
Samuel Omaenikun

Victor
Moses is the name on everyone’s lips as he returned to the starting
lineup of Chelsea to inspire them to victory against Tottenham
hotspurs in the big London derby game on Sunday.

Iheanacho
missed the match day through injury and Odion Ighalo’s goal run ended
over the weekend.

It’s
the Super Eagles Watch now let’s see how others performed across the
world.

England

Wilfred
Ndidi
continued from were he stopped last season as he put up yet
another solid display resulting to a two nil victory for Leicester
City over Brighton and Hove Albion. Meanwhile his Nigerian
teammates, Ahmed Musa and Kelechi Iheanacho were both
entirely missing from the match day squad.

Victor
Moses
was back in the Chelsea line up as the Blues shook off
their opening day lethargic performance defeating North London rivals
Tottenham Hotspur 2-1.

At
the Bet365 Stadium, Alex Iwobi came on for the last ten
minutes of Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to Stoke City. It was his second
appearance this season in the EPL.

Wilfred Ndidi

Sone
Aluko
played the full game for Fulham against Leeds as they held
their own away from home to gain one point. It ended Leeds United 0 –
0 Fulham.

Spain

Olarenwaju
Kayode
came on in the 84th minute as his team Girona threw away
the chance to get a historic victory over Atletico Madrid losing a 2
goal lead to end it 2-2.

Olarenwaju
came on and almost got the winner against the 10 man Madrid side.

Italy
Joel
Chukwuma Obi
started for Torino but was pulled off in the 76th
minute as they drew away from home to Bologna.

Umar
Sadiq
was on the bench but was not given the nod to play. It
ended 1-1.

Germany
Leon
Balogun
was an unused substitute for FSV Mainz who lost 1-0 to
Hannover 96 on Saturday.

At
the Volkswagen Arena, Victor Osimhen watched from the
sidelines as Wolfsburg lost 3-0 to Borussia Dortmund. Osimhen is yet
to make an appearance for Wolfsburg this new season.

Finland
Gbolahan
Salami
scored for KuPS in their 2-1 home win against IFK
Mariehamn in their Finnish top flight fixture.
Also
in action for KuPS was Reuben Gabriel who played for 90
minutes.
Salami
scored in the 68th minute to draw KuPS level

Netherlands
Belgian-born
Nigerian striker Cyriel Dessers was on target for Utrecht who
beat visiting Willem II 2-0.

Turkey
Ogenyi
Onazi
made his first appearance of the season for Trabzonspor as
they held Fenerbahce to a 2-2 away draw.

At
the Yeni 4 Eylul Stadium, Elderson Echiejile and Azubuike
Okechukwu
were both yellow carded in Sivasspor’s 2-0 win over
Yeni Malatyaspor.

Belgian
Winger
Moses Simon made his second appearance for Gent who lost 3-2
away to Mouscron.

Henry
Onyekuru
played 90 minutes for Anderlecht but fired blanks as
they lost 3-2 at home to St.Truiden in the Belgian top flight on
Sunday.

Joseph
Akpala
replaced Kevin Vandendriessche with ten minutes left to
play in Oostende’s 2-1 defeat to Eupen.

China
Striker
Odion Ighalo was in action for Changchun Yatai who were held
by visiting 10-man Tianjin Quanjian 1-1 in the Chinese Super League
on Sunday.

It
was Ighalo’s 21st league appearance for Changchun Yatai, with 11
goals to his name.

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