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Football: Africa - Europe Express (Weekend Round up)

Football: Africa - Europe Express (Weekend Round up)


Like the previous weekend, African strikers have particularly shone in Europe in the different championship days. Many were even decisive, while Cape Verdean Gomes managed a hat-trick with Partizan Belgrade.

In England (6th day), Brentford (7th) crushed Leeds (5-2), with another goal from the Congolese (DRC) Yoane Wissa. Leicester (20th) lost heavily at Brighton (2-5) despite goals from Nigerian Kelechi Ieanacho and Zambian Patson Daka.

In Spain (day 4), Nigeria's Umar Sadiq helped Real Sociedad (8th) to a draw against Atletico Madrid.

In France (round 6), Cameroon's Karl Toko-Ekambi scored twice as fourth-placed Lyon beat Angers 5-0, while a goal from Burkina Faso's Dango Ouattara gave sixth-placed Lorient a 1-0 win over Ajaccio. Ivorian Christian Kouamé equalized for Fiorentina (10th) against Juventus Turin, on the 5th day of the Italian championship.

In Belgium (7th day), the Union Sainte-Gilloise (5th) won a convincing victory at Zulte-Waregem (3-1), with a goal from the Ivorian Simon Adingra. Algerian Adem Zorgane scored in Charleroi's (6th) 2-1 win over La Gantoise, and a brace from Chadian Marius Mouandimandji helped Seraing (16th) to a 3-2 win at Mechelen.

The Congolese Dzon Delarge allowed Egnatia (7th) to win (1-0) in Laçi, on the 3rd day in Albania.

In Armenia (6th day), Ararat-Armenia (3rd) easily beat (4-0) Van, with a double from Ivorian Wilfried Eza.

In Austria (7th day), RB Salzburg (1st) dominated Tirol (2-0) with a goal from Malian Youba Diarra. The Cameroonian Wankewai Rooney scored the only goal of Turan (5th) against Shamakhi (1-0), during the 5th day of the Azerbaijan championship.

In Belarus (20th day), Gabonese Moussango Obounet gave Slutsk (12th) an important victory against Arsenal (1-0), while Ivorian Kuadza Cédrik Chaleb scored one of the three goals for Dynamo Brest (14th) against FC Minsk (3-1).

In Bulgaria (9th day), a goal from Ivorian Daouda Bamba allowed CSKA Sofia (2nd) to win at Spartak Varna (1-0).

On the second day of the Cyprus championship, Aris Limassol (1st) has largely beaten Olympiakos Nicosia (5-0), with a goal from Gabonese Shavy Babicka, while Paphos (3rd) has crushed Karmiotissa (4-0), thanks to a goal from the Guinean Mamadou Kane and another from Willy Semedo.

In Denmark (8th day), Randers (1st) consolidated its leadership by winning at Lyngby (2-0), with a goal from Nigerian Tosin Kehinde. The Moroccan Imran Ouled Omar scored twice in Georgia (24th day), when Dinamo Tbilisi (2nd) beat its neighbor Lokomotiv (5-0).


In Greece (day 3), Moroccans Nordin Amrabat, who scored in the victory of AEK Athens (4th) against Giannina (2-0) and Youssef El-Arabi, who converted a penalty for Olympiakos Piraeus (2nd) against Ionikos (3-1), have also shone, as their compatriot Ryan Mmaee in Hungary (day 7). The Atlas Lion scored the sixth goal of Ferencvaros (1st) in Ujpest (6-0), in a game where the Ivorian Franck Boli (two goals) and the Malian Adama Traore (1 goal) scored.

In Israel (3rd day), the Ivorian Parfait Guiagon participated in the success of Maccabi Tel Aviv (1st) against Kiryat Shmona (3-1). Very in form at the beginning of the season in Luxembourg (5th day), the Moroccan El Hassane M'Barki scored again for Mondercange (3rd) against Jeunesse Esch (1-1), while his compatriot Samir Hadji scored a double in the victory of Dudelange (1st) against UNA Strassen (3-1). Algerian Joakim Kada scored two of the five goals for Racing Luxembourg (4th)) at Kaerjeng (5-0). His compatriots El Hedi Belameiri and Mehdi Terki (Hespérange, 2nd) also improved their statistics against Union Titus Pétange (3-3).

In Malta (day 3), the Congolese (DRC) Elvis Mashike contributed to the success of Hamrun Spartans (3rd) against Pieta Hotspurs (2-0). Malian Mamadou Camara gave Milsami (2nd) the three points of victory against Zimbru (1-0) in Moldova (6th day), while Sheriff Tiraspol got rid of Dacia (2-0), thanks to Nigerian Rasheed Akanbi and Senegalese Mouhamed Diop.


In Norway (day 21), Aalesund (11th) won at Stromgodset (2-1) thanks to a double from Nigerian Moses Ebiye. Cameroonian Faris Moumbagna scored goals for Kristiansund (16th) against Sandefjord (2-1). Senegalese Abdallah Gningue helped Teplice (11th) dominate Jablonec (3-2), in the 7th day of the Czech Republic championship.

In Romania (9th day), the Nigerian Christian Irobiso scored one of the two goals of Petrolul (3rd) against Botosani (2-1).

In Russia (round 8), Burkina Faso's Mohamed Konate opened the scoring for Akhmat Grozny (8th), who won in Moscow against Lokomoti (2-1), while Krasnodar (3rd) beat Sochi (2-1) with a goal from Nigeria's Olakunle Olusegun. Cape Verde's Ricardo Gomes scored three times in the crushing victory of Partizan Belgrade (7th) in Kolubara, on the 10th day of the Serbian championship.

In Slovenia (day 8), Tabor (8th) drew at Maribor (2-2), thanks in particular to a goal by Ivorian Denis Dansen, while Celje (3rd) won at Koper (2-0) thanks to Nigerian Chukwubuikem and Ivorian Junior Gbamble. A double from Ghanaian Michael Baidoo allowed (9th) to dominate Malmö (3-2) in Sweden (21st day).

In Switzerland (7th day), St. Gallen became leader after its victory (2-1) against Young Boys Berne, with a goal of Malian Daouda Guindo. The Ivorian Giovanni Sio offered in the last minutes the victory to FC Sion (5th) against FC Basel (2-1), while FC Lugano (6th) won on the ground of FC Zurich (2-1), thanks to the Algerian Mohamed Amoura.

In Turkey (day 5), Trabzonspor (7th) got the better of Ümraniyespor (1-0) thanks to the Egyptian Trezeguet. Besiktas Istanbul (1st) won (3-2) in Ankaragüçü with goals from the Congolese (DRC) Jackson Muleka and the Cameroonian Georges-Kevin N'Koundou.


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