Three years after his move to Portuguese side CD Feirense, Nigeria international goalkeeper Dele Alampasu finally got his chance between the sticks for the club in a league game which ended 0-0 against Rio Ave.
Alampasu was a surprise choice to start in goal and the 22 year old didn’t disappoint with his decision making, reflex, timing and even judgement of balls into the box in the entire duration of the game.
Although he was booked in the 81st minute for time wasting, he acquitted himself well enough to earn another shot at the first choice spot in their next league game.
Since joining the Portuguese side, Alampasu has played only twice for the first time and that was close to three years ago when he played twice in the Portuguese Cup, since then he has spent time on loan and also make to do with game time with the B team.
This season after six months with the U23s he has finally make his league bow for the club he joined after his exploits for Nigeria at the 2013 U17 World Youth Championship, where he was voted as the best goalkeeper of the tournament.