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Europe Wrap: Ramon Azeez scores as Adesanya, Omeje features

Ramon-Azeez-level scores for UD Almeria with a beatiful left foot stike in the box to make it 1-1

Another weekend of football action saw various clubs take on each other in Europe as matches in various subdivisions in Europe are getting hotter by the day.

 We take out time to highlight the impact of Nigerian players abroad in relation to their different outings for their respective club sides in Europe.

 We review the performance of these Nigerian stars making the rounds in Europe for their respective club sides.

UD Almeria midfielder Ramon Azeez equalized for his side in the 69th minute of the game after he finished brilliantly with his left foot from a resultant corner-kick into the box as he blasted the rebound with aplomb .The youthful midfielder lasted the entire duration of the game as his Almeria side drew 1-1 at home with visiting side Cadiz FC.

ADO Den Haag center back Tyronne Ebuehi (20) was rooted to the bench for the entire duration of the game as his side ADO Den Haag defeated host Excelsior FC 2-1 in the match.

FC Lommel striker Jason Adesanya

Anglo-Nigerian (Belgium-born) striker Jason Adesanya came on in the 71st minute of the match to replace Marko Maletic as his visiting side Lommel FC defeated host FC Antwerp 0-1 in the match.

Boavista FC trio of Uche Nwofor, midfielder Gabriel Reuben and striker Michael Uchebo were entirely missing from their match day squad as FC Belenenses drew (goalless) 0-0 with Boavista FC.

Chidi Dauda Omeje (26) lasted the entire duration of the game for AFC United while striker for Superettan Club Dalkurd FF Oke Akpoveta lasted the entire duration of the game as AFC United drew 0-0 with Dalkurd FF.


Austria-born (Anglo-Nigerian) Nosa Iyobosa Edokpolor made a late cameo appearance at the 90th minute of the game to replace Ferdinand Weinwurm as his side SV Horn side lost 0-1 to visiting side Wiener Neustadt.
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