NPFL: Rangers spank Adamawa United

first_imgRelatedPosts Aribo sets Rangers goal target Injury blow for Aribo, Leon Balogun Leon Balogun salutes Rangers fans Rangers International Football Club of Enugu on Sunday humbled visiting Adamawa United of Yola 2-0 in a 2019/2020 Nigeria Professional Football League Match Day 22 fixture. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Isaac Loute and Israel Abia scored for the home team after several missed chances. Loute gave Rangers the lead from a free-kick at the edge of the penalty box in the 44th minute. Abia made it 2-0 for the home team from the penalty kick spot in the 62nd minute after defender Mohammed Jiya had hacked down Chinonso Eziekwe. Speaking after the match, Rangers’ assistant coach Mangut Mbwas said their players performed well, especially in the second stanza. Mbwas said: “We are going to work more on our scoring, especially as we missed lots of scoring chances during the match. “Victory was expected of us and we thank God we were able to deliver after missing several chances. “The players did well after the interval by closing the visitors down to ensure the win.” On his part, Adamawa United’s Ibrahim Bariki said he was not in any way disappointed with the result. Bariki said: “This is the best of us in all the away matches we have been playing and we will keep improving. “Rangers are a good team, but they overshadowed us with their experience as my players made some costly mistakes which led to the goals.”Tags: Adamawa UnitedChinonso EziekweMangut MbwasMohammed JiyaRangers FClast_img read more

Seven race flat card in Tipperary this evening

first_imgThe seven-race flat card gets underway at 4.35.There’s also a meeting in Bellewstown, which starts at 4.15.last_img

Tottenham sweating over Alli injury

first_imgWith striker Harry Kane already out until March, the Spurs injury list can’t afford to get much longer if they want to maintain their current top four spot on the Premier League table.Boss Mauricio Pochettino revealed more about the hamstring injury.“Yes, and from the first moment we saw [what happened] on the pitch, we were worried,” he told Spurs official website.“At that moment you don’t think too much because you are focused on the game and of course, you cannot be affected by that emotion.“Now, we feel so bad and sorry because he’s an important player for us and we’ll see, we need to assess him in the next few days and hope it’s not a big issue.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Dele Alli injuLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 21 – Tottenham Hotspur may have lost another key player as Dele Alli went down clutching his leg in the comeback victory over Fulham at the weekend.The midfielder – who scored the equaliser – went down grabbing his hamstring on Sunday evening at Craven Cottage and when the medical staff arrived, he looked in serious pain.last_img read more