Abuja - Three Nigerian players’ descendants have all found the back of the net for their respective clubs in Norway top league popularly called the Tippeligaen.
Leke James linked with a move to the Far East anytime soon wasn't distracted by speculations about his future, as he scored twice against Mjondalen to help his team Aalesund to a 4-2 win, the brace was his fifth goal of the season from 15 games.
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Marvin Ogunjimi who is from Nigeria descendants but, has represented Belgium at senior National team level was the hero for Stroemgodset scoring twice in their 4-1 win over Viking with Suleiman Abdullahi, scoring Viking lone goal which incidentally was the opening goal of the game.
Abdullahi now has 4 goals from 12 games this season, his debut season in Europe the same amount of goals as Ogunjimi, who is into his second season in Belgium after joining last summer from OH Leuven of Belgium.