Weekends of football is always a busy period for Footballers from different parts of the World Including the ones from Nigeria. 

In our Matchday Review of Saturday,21st of August, 2021, we take good look at how our Nigerian Footballers performed for their respective clubs around Europe and Beyond.

English Premier League

Five Nigerians were in action on Saturday in the EPL, Brentford'd Midfielder, Frank Onyeka was on Display for his team, giving a solid performance as his team were held to a Goalless Draw Away at Crystal Palace. Elsewhere, Alex Iwobi and Everton team played a 2-2 draw with Leeds. Iwobi was on Display for 75 Minutes. It was a Very tough Outing for Nigeria's trio of Williams-Troost Ekong, Oghenekaro Etebo and Emmanuel Dennis whose Watford team were Beaten 2-nil by Brighton. All players were on from Start to finish.


German Bundesliga

In Germany, Nigeria's Lukas Nmecha who was recently signed by Wolfsburg from EPL side Manchester City was on Display for his new club, Scoring the winning goal in the 88th Minute after coming off the Bench in the 70th. His Brother Felix was not Named in the Squad.

Elsewhere in Europe, Super Eagles First Choice Goalkeeper, Maduka Okoye was impressive for Sparta Rotterdam, Making 3 very Vital saves but conceded one as his team were held by Heracles, playing a 1-1 draw. Still in Netherlands, PSV Paraded Widely Sought after Youngster, Noni Madueke who was subbed-in at Halftime and got his name on the score sheet a minute later. PSV won 4-1 against Cambuur

In Russia, Chidera Ejuke Registered a goal for CSKA Moscow in their League game at home to Akhmat Grozny. CSKA Moscow were Held to a Draw with both Teams scoring one goal Apiece.


Odion Ighalo was also on Target for His Saudi Arabian Club, Al-Shabab. The player played for 90 Minutes and Bagged 2 Goals as his team Blew a three Goal Advantage, settling for a 3-3 Scoreline against Al-Ettifaq.

Super Eagles Captain, Ahmed Musa Featured for his new Turkish Club, Fatih Karagumruk in their Goalless draw against Rizespor. Ahmed Musa played for 90 Minutes.