Lagos - With the top five clubs not changing positions on
another exciting Nigeria Professional Football League weekend, News24 selects
the best XI from Week 30.
Kept Kwara United at bay with a string of superb and vital
saves especially a point blank stop on Segun Alebiosu's effort. Continued his
stunning saves in the second half playing a massive part in the win.
Moses Bunde [Lobi
A thoroughly modern day full-back display saw him always
involved in delivering dangerous crosses to the opposition's half. It was an
outstanding display from him.
Looking like he had never been away he seemed to be
everywhere. Patrolling the centre, pushing down the territory, plus covering
for his team mates when they moved upfield. At times left the Anambra Warriors
looking like elephants on stilts.
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The former Kwara United central defender worked well in
tandem with Ebenezer Odunlami and cleared up several of his former team's
forays with good solid tackling and positioning which made any of the home
team's attacks look worthless. He was reliable and didn't put any foot wrong at
Agbaji Anthony [Lobi
The rugged defender ruled the back-four and was always there
to present an outlet if needed. Made several punishing runs into the hosts'
half but never once allowed his probing to deflect from his tackles and
Dare Ojo [Kwara
Caused problems for the visitors throughout and scored the
opener on the counter with a fabulous curler into the far corner from the edge
of the box. Continued to trouble and almost got another goal for himself in the
second stanza. His 5th goal of the season was typical of him, a bullet to the
roof of the net. Menacing.
Efe Yarhere [Elkanemi
Full of running and prompting, he was at the fulcrum of
Elkanemi Warriors' almost-constant attacks. Constantly looking for a killer
pass, he was rewarded when he got on the end of a swift attack as he scored for
the hosts against Enyimba FC at the Karkanda Stadium.
Henry Ochuba [Abia
A real pedigree performance by the Abia Warriors midfielder,
who was always alert to the half chance. Got possession, put his foot on the
ball and also scored with a perfect finish.
Like a troublesome wasp he was always looking to hurt where
he could, setting up attacks and finishing them off. On one swift
counter-attacking sting he found himself in space to side-foot home the first
goal. His two assists were simply excellent.
Prince Aggrey [Sunshine
Like an angry baboon, he was relentless when attacking Kwara
United defence and producing two assists. He set up Dayo Ojo for number one
with a fine pass and did the same to Sunday Emmanuel. Persistent.
He was a real thorn in the side of the visitors. Starting
from the whistle he pushed to get on the score sheet with several notable
efforts before his well-deserved brace. Unrelenting.
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