1. Chelsea Loanee Omeruo Finally Makes His La Liga Debut For Leganes, Overtakes Betis Hero Finidi

Chelsea loanee Kenneth Omeruo finally made his La Liga debut for Leganes in their ongoing game against Rayo Vallecano at the Estadio Municipal de Butarque.
The central defender started the game on the bench but was introduced in the 29th minute after Unai Bustinza sustained an injury.

2. Super Eagles ‘Deputy Minister Of Defense’ Fails Audition Against One Of The Best, Juventus’ Ronaldo

Udinese central defender William Troost-Ekong struggled, to put it mildly, in his team’s 2-0 loss to Juventus in an Italian Serie A clash at Dacia Arena (Udine) on Saturday evening.

Ahead of next weekend’s 2019 AFCON qualifier against Libya, Ekong is the only active Super Eagles central defender playing for a topflight club as Brighton’s Leon Balogun, Leganes’ Kenneth Omeruo and Porto’s Chidozie Awaziem have not featured for their respective clubs since they returned from international duty last month.

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3. Musa Takes Goal Number 4 Into Eagles’ Camp

Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia striker, Ahmed Musa will arrive at the Super Eagles’ camp on Monday in high spirit, after netting his fourth goal of the season with his club.

Ahmed Musa

Musa, who is billed to captain Nigeria against Libya next Saturday in Uyo, is riding on high, with what footballlive.ng reports is his best season at club in recent years.

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4. Troost-Ekong Bows to Cristiano Ronaldo

Troost-Ekong played the entire duration, but could not stop the Portuguese from netting his fourth league goal for the Old Lady.

Both Juve goals came in the first half and just four minutes apart, but the Nigerian was one of the better players for Udinese.

5. Libya Coach Amrouche Admits AFCON Qualifier Vs Nigeria Will Be Difficult, Awaits Foreign Pros

Libya national team coach Adel Amrouche has admitted that the Mediterranean Knights will face difficulties in their upcoming 2019 Africa Cup of Nations double-header against the Super Eagles.
Libya Coach
The Algerian football manager was pleased with the response of the invited players to the team’s training camp in Tunis and is now waiting for the foreign-based professionals to link up with the squad ahead of their trip to Uyo on October 12.