Aluko Ends Eight-Match Goal Drought As Fulham Win


By Johnny Edward:

Nigerian forward Sone Aluko ended his eight-game goal drought in the Championship on Saturday when he scored his third goal of the campaign for Fulham who returned to winning ways with a 4-2 victory over Barnsley.

It was his 12th game of the season in the Championship.

In the English Premier League, Nigerian winger Victor Moses scored his second English Premier League goal for Chelsea in Saturday's 3-0 win over Leicester City at at Stamford Bridge reports

Moses who was making his second straight start for the Blues sealed his side's win firing in Nataniel Chalobah's back-heel pass in the box to seal an emphatic win for the Antonio Conte's side after first half goals from Diego Costa and Eden Hazard put the hosts two goals up.

His compatriot Ahmed Musa made his second EPL start for the reigning champions in the defeat.

Musa was replaced by Islam Slimani in the 70th minute in what was his ninth appearance for the Foxes this term. Musa is yet to score this season.

At the Ethiad stadium, Kelechi Iheanacho made his sixth appearance for Manchester City who were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton.

Iheanacho has made nine appearances in all competitions for the Citizens, scoring thrice. He was replaced in the 57th minute by Sergio Aguero.

At the Emirates stadium, Alex Iwobi made his sixth appearance for Arsenal who spanked Swansea 3-2 to go second on the EPL log. Iwobi was replaced in the 66th minute by Francis Coquelin. the cheapest online shopping in Nigeria.

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