Jerusalem - Bnei Yehuda forward Jude Nworuh netted for the
second straight game in the Israeli Premier League, a streak that started on
November 1 when he opened his goalscoring account for the Lions in their 2-1
win over Hapoel Kfar Saba.
Despite his brace against Bnei Sakhnin, the FC Ebedei
product was disappointed that his team threw away a one-goal lead right at the death,
with Ali Ottman equalizing for the home team in the third minute of stoppage
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''It's true we had some chances to round it up yesterday but
that is football. Again, like i said before I know we wanted to score the third
goal to be sure in the game but it didn't happen,'' said Nworuh to news24.
''We just have to learn from it and keep going because we
still have a long way to go in the league and it's all starting now.''
Asked if he was disappointed that he did not go home with
the match ball, the Bnei Yehuda number 19 answered: ''I will not say am
disappointed because for me winning matters most. Individual awards don't
really mean a lot to me.''
''What is important for me is my team to be able to help
them in every game and also do my best. I was happy for the goals and I know if
I continue working hard in every training and matches, then for sure more will
Bnei Yehuda, who also have in their ranks Super Eagles shot-stopper
Dele Aiyenugba, will square off against Hapoel Be'er Sheva after the international
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