In a stellar display of prowess, young Nigerian midfielder Onyeka Frank showcased his goal-scoring prowess once again, securing a decisive 3-1 home victory for Midtjylland against Copenhagen in the Danish first division on Sunday. This triumph adds to Onyeka’s remarkable debut last week Friday, where his 28th-minute goal sealed a 2-0 victory over Horsens.
Meanwhile, in the Belgian Jupiler Pro League, the Nigerian forward Samuel Kalu exhibited his playmaking skills by providing a crucial assist in Gent’s comeback against Mechelen. Despite being 2-0 down, Gent managed to draw 2-2, with Kalu contributing significantly during the entire 90-minute encounter.
In another enthralling clash in the Belgian first division, Taiwo Awoniyi left an indelible mark on the game, playing a pivotal role in Mouscron’s 2-2 home draw against Waasland-Beveren. Awoniyi’s precision led to the creation of the crucial assist for Dorin Rotariu, whose goal leveled the score at 1-1.Meanwhile, in the Swiss first division, the former MFM FC striker Stephen Odey made a noteworthy appearance for FC Zurich in their 1-1 draw against Luzern. Odey entered the game with six minutes remaining, contributing to his team’s efforts to secure a favorable result.
The stellar performances of Onyeka, Kalu, Awoniyi, and Odey underscore the growing influence of Nigerian talent on the international football stage, leaving fans eagerly anticipating their future exploits.