Four Nigerian Players Still In Action In Europe Despite Coronavirus Pandemic
Published: March 31, 2020
 Four Nigerian Players Still In Action In Europe Despite Coronavirus Pandemic Measures are been taken to prevent the spread of Covid-19, prominent amongst it is the calling off of all footballing activities in most countries.

But in Belarus, there is no stopping. So, has picked out four of the Nigerian exports who are still in competitive action with their clubs in the Eastern European nation.

Chidi Osuchukwu (Ruh Brest): Osuchukwu played the full ninety minutes as Ruh Brest lost out 1-0 to Energetyk-Bdu last Friday.

It was the second league game the midfielder has played for the club this year, starring as they Dinamo Minsk on the 20th of this month.

Samuel Odeyobo (Belshina): Belshina were beaten 1-0 away to Torpedo BelAZ last Friday, with Lagos-born midfielder Odeyobo going the distance for the visitors.

Odeyobo, 26 lists Belarusian clubs Granit, Naftan and NFK Minsk among his previous employers on his curriculum vitae.

Mohammed Umar (Slutsk): Umar had won and lost one of the two games he's turned out in for Slutsk this month, the latest being the 1-0 defeat to Dinamo Brest last Saturday.

The midfielder who made way for Alan Koroev after 69 minutes was a second half substitute in the 3-1 victory over FK Slavia Mozyr.

Godfrey Bitok (Isloch): The Nigeria U-23 international as Isloch beat Smolevichy STI 1-0 on Sunday, their second successive 1-0 wins thus.

The 19-year-old who starred for the Dream Team at the last AFCON U-23 tournament has established himself as an important player for the club.

Emmanuel Chinaza

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