Following the conclusion of most of the league games in Europe Owngoalnigeria.com bring to you a review of how Nigerian players fared in their various league for their respective clubs.
Super Eagles forward Brown Ideye took his goals tally this season to nine just one short of his entire total for last season with just 10 games this season, after his brace in Olympiakos 4-0 win over Levadiakos.
Hot in demand Super Eagles midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo once again fired blanks for the third game running for Portuguese side CD Feirense as they suffer a 2-0 loss to Arouca. Etebo is still waiting for his first top flight league goal in Portugal, his only goal so far has come in the cup game against Alcanenense.
Jordon Ibe who has declared his intention to play for Nigeria came on as a substitute and helped his team recover from a 2-0 deficit to win 4-3 against high flying Liverpool, who had Ovie Ejaria on the bench for the entire duration of the game.
Kelvin Akpoguma who is reportedly high on the wish list of Super Eagles coach Gernot Rohr is slowing earning himself a bad boy reputation, picking up his fifth booking of the season as Fortuna Dusseldorf grind out a 0-0 draw against Wuerzburger Kickers. He has also been sent off once.
Gent loanee Peter Olayinka scored for the second consecutive league game to take his season tally to four goals from 16 games, clearly working his way back to full fitness after missing the entirety of last season with an injury in his early days at Belgian side Gent.
He was among the scorers when his loan side Dukla Praha drew 2-2 with Slovacko.