Monday, April 29, 2013

Review of Week 7 the Professional Football League


Peoples’ Elephant Disappoints Aba Fans Again As Flying Antelopes Tears Dolphins
Apart In A Weekend Full Of Goals

Week 7 of the Nigerian PFL produced a total of 23 goals scored.

Table toppers Kano Pillars held homers Sharks to a 0:0 draw in Port-hacourt as Warri Wolves finally won their 1st match of the season in style by humiliating El-Kanemi of Maiduguri 4:1 at the Warri Township stadium with Etebor Oghenekaro scoring the 1st hatrick in the Nigerian PFL this season.
Sunshine Stars of Akure also pummeled Wikki Tourist of Bauchi at 3:0 at the Akure Township stadium.Super Eagles defender and skipper of Sunshine Godfrey Oboabona opened the floodgate before Olorundare Dele scored the 2nd.

As at the time of putting up this result,I am yet to get the scorer of the 3rd goal.A brace by David Tyakase and one by Isa Akor saw Heartland finally give their fans reason to smile as they dismissed Lobi Stars of Makurdi 3-0 at the Dan Anyiam Stadium Oweri while neighbours Rangers International humbled Dolphins of Port-hacout 3-0 with Super Eagles fring playerChibuzor Okonkwo helping himself with a goal after Ajaebo Chimezie had put them ahead.
Efe Yarhere scored the 3rd to make it a memorable weekend. It was however not a good day for two time African Champions Enyimba of Aba as they played a barren draw with Kwara United in front of their home fans.
It will be the second draw in Aba even as the league isjust 7 weeks old.Okiki Musampa's lone strike helped Nembe City pip hard fighting Kaduna United 1:0 at theSamson Siasia stadium Yenegoa while ABS sounded Bayelsa united 2:0 in Ilorin with Thomas Zenke and Abdulraman Bashir scoring a goal each.

3SC survived the initial scare of of considering a goal first as they came back from behind to wallop Akwa
United of Uyo 4-1 at the Lekan Salami Stadium Adamasimgba Ibadan.Gbolahan Salami started the
resurrection by putting away a penalty before Chima Akas made it 2 via freekick,Toluwase Akindele made it 3 while Ogaga scored the last goal for 3SC.

Article by Raji Kazeem

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