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Bernard Bulbwa tips Junior Ajayi to shine at CS Sfaxien

03 November 2015, 17:06

Lagos - Dream Team VI striker Bernard Bulbwa believes international teammate Junior Ajayi has all the qualities to be a success in the Tunisian Ligue 1.

Bulbwa opened his account in the top flight last weekend in the Blood and Gold's 5 - 0 thrashing of Association Sportive de Kasserin, while CS Sfaxien frontman Ajayi found the net for the third time this season against EO Sidi Bouzid.

Also read: New signing Junior Ajayi to cost CS Sfaxien $1.2m

''Junior is a good player, I have played with him in the Under 23 squad and I have no doubt about his ability,'' said Bulbwa to news24.com.

''He is doing great so far and I am so happy for him and I am very sure he will succeed here in Tunisia. He is not a fast striker but his scoring ability is awesome.''

The 19-year-old has maintained that Esperance deserved their big win against Association Sportive de Kasserin.

Bulbwa said: ''The game was not bad, it was a nice game. Esperance dominated the game from the start to the end.''

The Emmanuel Amunike Academy product penned a multiple - year contract with Esperance after impressing at the 2015 African Youth Championship.

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