Super Eagles striker, Emmanuel Emenike continued his barren run in front of goal last night when Fenerbahce went, saw and conquered at the Izmir Atatürk stadium where they defeated their host, Altinordu in a replay of their Ziraat Turkish Cup Group E tie.This fixture was abandoned on December 30, 2014 due to a water logged pitch.
The Nigerian,who has scored only twice for the Istanbul giants in the 14 games he has so far played was on for 83 minutes but could not find the back of the net as Fenerbahce,courtsey a 79th minute Yusuf Abdioglu’s own goal recorded a 2-1 win to draw level on seven points with group leaders Kayserispor.
Emenike last scored a goal for Fenerbahce on November 2,2014 when he scored on three minutes in the 2-0 away bashing of Demba Ba’s Besiktas in a Super Lig game.
In England,Super Eagles midfielder,Mikel Obi was on from the start for Chelsea in the first leg of their Capital One cup semi-final tie against Liverpool at Anfield.
Mikel has been restored as an important member of the Blues squad in recent weeks and put up another solid display alongside Nemanja Matic in Chelsea’s central midfield position.
Also in England,Nigeria defender,Kenneth Omeruo seemed to have lost his place in the centre of Middlesbrough’s defence to another Chelsea loanee,Tomas Kalas as the Super Eagle was relegated to the stands in the team’s Championship game at the Riverside stadium against Cardiff City.