Ujah, Onisiwo Score As Mainz Record Big Win; Crystal Palace Product Egbo On Target For Borussia MoenchengladbachPublished: October 13, 2018
Round up of the Nigerian players that found the net for their German clubs in friendly matches that took place on Friday, October 12.
Mainz 05 thrashed FC Eddersheim 4-0 with two Nigerian strikers in the shape of Anthony Ujah and Karim Onisiwo writing their names on the score-sheet.
The Super Eagles star gave the Zerofivers the lead in the 10th minute before making it 2-0 five minutes later; one-cap Austria international Onisiwo closed the scoring in the 45th minute.
Both Ujah and Onisiwo started in attack for the Bundesliga side.
Elsewhere, Borussia Moenchengladbach enjoyed a comprehensive victory in Vienna, routing local club Wiener SK 6-0.
It was a pretty good night for Crystal Palace product Mandela Egbo who came off the bench in the 62nd minute and needed only two minutes before putting Borussia Moenchengladbach 5-0 up.
Ex-Tottenham Hotspur starlet Keanan Bennetts also entered into the fray in the 62nd minute and was involved in the buildup to the goal scored by Egbo.
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