African players were great in European championships

African players were great in European championships
African players were great in European championships

Africa-Press – Namibia. Different African players who are at the service of European teams in several leagues were once again in the spotlight in the last matches played, particularly in Germany, where, at Anfield, the former Liverpool striker Sadio Mané, impressed again for Bayern, despite not having scored in the 2-0 victory over Wolfsburg.

Nigerian international Joe Aribo also stood out, with a goal that, in England, turned around in favor of “his” Southampton, in the 2-2 draw with Leeds United.

The player came off the bench to score his first Premier League goal and possibly save Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl’s job.

The Nigerian Awoniyi, a 24-year -old striker from Union Berlin, scored Forest’s goal in the victory over West Ham, thus proving to be one of the fundamental pieces among the 15 new signings that the team made.

Senegal captain Koulibaly successfully made his Chelsea debut. To score in the draw (2-2) against Tottenham, thus showing his streak as a goalscorer against goalkeeper Marc Cucurella.

In Italy, Atalanta overcame Sampdoria with a 2-0 victory thanks, in part, to a beautiful debut goal from Lookman, a Nigerian international who finished a quick counterattack in the fifth minute of added time.

In the same country, Gambian Ceesay made Lecce fans dream of a positive start to the season in Serie A.

He skillfully finished off a pass from Federico Di Francesco to draw with Inter Milan.

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