NPFL Fixtures & Results

Admin 19-07-2019 Last Update
Match No Home Match Away Date Time
1Wikki Tourists FCVsRemo Stars7th April, 20194:00PM
2Rivers United FCVsNiger Tornadoes7th April, 20194:00PM
3Rangers Int'l FCVsKatsina United FC7th April, 20194:00PM
4Lobi Stars FCVsSunshine Stars FC7th April, 20194:00PM
5Kwara United FCVsMFM FC7th April, 20194:00PM
6Enyimba Int'l FCVsInsurance FC7th April, 20194:00PM

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    FIRST HALF
    As expected, Sunshine Stars came out more aggressive of the two teams and within two minutes – had the ball in Remo Stars net – when a curling free kick from Seun Sogbeso was headed home by Ekelojuoti. It did not take long for Remo Stars to get back in the game with debutant Akpojuvwevwo nodding in Awoyemi Abiodun’s brilliant corner. The surge displayed by both teams gave the match a very nice tempo. Chances followed, most of them for Sunshine’s Jide Fatokun and Alaba Adeniyi, while Dogo introduced Peter Ibe for the injured Franklin Sasere. Remo’s Edoka Owoicho was also impressive in the first-half, timing his tackles well and clearing the ball of the line to deny Sunshine the lead. While Sunshine pushed to end the half in positive fashion, Remo’s back line held firm and both sides went in level at the interval.

  • Ekelojuoti’s Takes SSFC Into Second Spot

    SECOND HALF
    The second half continued in similar fashion, with Amah and Esosa Igbinoba failing to take their chances. However, the hosts got the lead they deserved on 57 minutes. Ekelojuoti, who was having an impressive game got the last touch on the ball in a goalmouth scramble which was initially aimed on target by his teammate Adeniyi.

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