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Warri Wolves’ Ibenegbu gets teammate praise

22 October 2015, 17:36

Lagos - Warri Wolves forward Joseph Osadiaye has expressed his delight at playing alongside Ikechukwu Ibenegbu in their 3-0 win over Akwa United in their Nigeria Professional Football League week 34 encounter on Thursday.

Osadiaye bagged a hat-trick at the Warri City Stadium to boost the title hopes of the Seasiders and gave credit to his teammate Ibenegbu for his display against the Promise Keepers.

Also read: Ibenegbu speaks on goal that stopped Pillars

“I always want to play when Ikechukwu is on the pitch, he's a good player. I think we created several scoring chances and I'm happy to score the three goals and I'd like to dedicate to him my three beautiful goals.” Osadiaye told News24 after the game.

“He (Ibenegbu) is a very intelligent player, he makes things easier for me to play off him and I can only give him credit. He gave two beautiful assists, the second one was the best one, he's good with the outside of the foot, I knew when I pointed into the space, he would play it perfectly and I just had to go for it,” he explained.

“We helped one another in offense and defence, so it was good for the team to get the win and continue to put Enyimba (on top of the league table) under pressure.”

Wolves have accumulated a total of 60 points from 34 matches and are two points behind leaders Enyimba FC who drew 0-0 against Nasarawa United in Lafia on Wednesday.

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