Randers' Egho, Ventspils' Aiyegun, Gabala FK's Adeniyi Score For Euro ClubsPublished: March 10, 2019
Former Austria U21 international Marvin Egho was on target as Randers recorded a 2-0 win over Horsens on game week 25 in the Danish Superliga on Sunday afternoon.
The number 45 doubled the advantage in the 65th minute, taking his tally to four goals in 18 league appearances in a Randers shirt since his move from Spartak Trnava in August 2018.
In the Azerbaijani Premier League, James Adeniyi is amongst the leading scorers in the division after his brace today earned FK Gabala a 2 - 1 victory vs Sabayil at Səhər Stadionu.
Two quick fire second half goals by the Nigerian striker had Gabala in the ascendancy before the opponents halved the deficit with six minutes left on the clock.
Elsewhere, Ventspils began the new Latvian Virsliga season by beating Spartaks Jurmala 2 - 1, with Tosin Aiyegun getting on the scoresheet in the 26th minute.
The winger and 2013 U17 World Cup-winning midfielder Alfa Abdullahi played the full game for the home team.
Photo Credit : randersfc.dk
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