Nigerian exports : Isaac Success, Fred Friday, Onyekuru, Odey, Adams, Adediran find the net

Published: April 23, 2023
Nigerian exports : Isaac Success, Fred Friday, Onyekuru, Odey, Adams, Adediran find the net's comprehensive review of the Nigerian players that found the back of the net for their respective foreign clubs in league matches on Sunday, April 23, 2023.


In the Italian Serie A, 2013 U17 AFCON top scorer Isaac Success opened his league account for the season as Udinese registered a comfortable 3-0 win over Cremonese at the Dacia Arena. 


In what was his 30th game of the season, the former Watford and Granada man wrapped up the scoring in the 36th minute with a right-footed shot at the far post after a quick breakaway by Udinese. 


In the Turkish Super Lig, Henry Onyekuru, who has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately, was among the scorers as Adana Demirspor beat Kayserispor 5-3 at the Yeni Adana Stadyumu.


The Olympiakos loanee converted a penalty in the 52nd minute for his seventh goal in the division, but his first in over three months. 


Former Flying Eagles striker Akor Adams made it two goals in as many games after his game-winning strike for Lillestrom in a 2-1 victory over reigning Norwegian Eliteserien champions Molde at Åråsen stadion.


Adams netted the decisive goal after a brilliant cross from Lars Ranger in the 37th minute. 


Remaining in Scandinavia, Stephen Odey was involved in the first two goals scored by Randers in their 4-0 rout of Brondby IF at Brøndby Stadion in the Danish Superliga. 


After opening the scoring in the 27th minute, the Randers number 90 teed up Tobias Klysner for the game's second six minutes before halftime. 


Quadri Adebayo Adediran wrapped up the scoring for SK Dynamo Ceske Budejovice as they hammered Jablonec  5-1 in the 28th round of matches in the Czech First League.


In the 70th minute, he slotted in beautifully at the back post to make it 5-1. 


It has taken Fred Friday 255 minutes spread across eight matches to open his goalscoring account for his new club Beitar Jerusalem. 


The former Lillestrom, AZ Alkmaar and Sparta Rotterdam striker broke the deadlock in the 12th minute to help Beitar Jerusalem claim a 2-1 win against Hapoel Hadera in the Israeli Premier League relegation round. 



Ifeanyi Emmanuel 



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