Nigerian players in diaspora are still basking in the euphoria of their outstanding performances towards making good impression in the national team.
The Nigerians across the Europe and other parts of the world are striving hard to live up to their rating and fulfill their obligations.
The up-coming stars are trying their best to be consistent but they need to more to rank among the best in the world.
Recently, it was Josh Maja’s reign and many observers hope to see him in another blazing form for his club and country.
Tyronne Ebuehi scored his first goal of the season as Twente threw away a two-goal lead in their Eredivisie clash against Feyenoord at the De Grolsch Veste.
The Nigerian international has been one of Twente’s impressive performers this season having joined the club on a loan deal from Benfica.
Ebuehi made his 22nd league appearance on Sunday afternoon, and he marked it by doubling Twente’s lead.
While one Nigerian striker departed the Ligue 1, another appeared to be in the form of his life in the French top flight.
Terem Moffi is the form player in the division over the past six weeks, and he took his tally to seven goals in eight matches as he netted twice in Lorient ‘s 2-2 draw at AS Monaco on Sunday.
Ademola Lookman has now had a hand in seven goals for Fulham in the 2020-21 Premier League campaign, having found the net in the Cottagers 1-0 defeat of Sheffield United on Saturday.
Wilfred Ndidi is another house-hold name, whose impressiveness in midfield for Leicester City comes as no surprise these days.
Henry Onyekuru has enjoyed a brilliant start to life in his third spell in Turkey, but the Nigerian international was profligate in front of goal in Galatasaray’s 1-0 win at Alanyaspor.
Paul Onuachu will continue to lead the goals chart in Belgium after he scored his 23rd league goal for KRC Genk.
Genk giant striker Onuachu opened scoring in a rescheduled league clash at KVO Oostende Wednesday night.
Joe Aribo also blazed a trail in the Scottish league by scoring a goal and provided an assist as Rangers hammered Dundee United 4-1 in a Scottish Premiership encounter on Sunday.
Aribo, who scored in an Europa League seven-goal thriller on Thursday, assisted Ianis Hagi in breaking the deadlock at Ibrox Stadium in the 35th minute.
Shortly after, his compatriot Leon Balogun – who was drafted to the right-back position – laid an assist for Ryan Kent to double the Gers’ lead.
Nigeria goalkeepers are doing well at all. There’s a big crisis in that department. Maduka Okoye made his 16th league appearance for Sparta Rotterdam in their clash against Ajax, but it was a night he wouldn’t want to remember as the Dutch champions put four past him.