Nigerian League: Sharks FC defeats Kaduna United; Akwa, Heartland win

It was a dramatic outing in Port-Harcourt during the clash between Sharks FC and Kaduna United in a week 28 fixture on Wednesday when the host walloped the struggling club with three goals to nothing.

Fredrick Obomate scored a header in just 26 seconds to the kick-off making it the fastest goal to be scored so far in the 2013/14 league season.

Two other goals were scored in the first half. No goal was scored in the second half of the match which ended 3-0 in favour of the host, Sharks FC.

In another game played in Ibadan, El-Kanemi’s Suleiman Abdullahi was shown a red card for head-butting Benson Omodoku of Crown FC in the 86th minute. The match ended 1-0 in favour of the host.

Super Eagles forward and co-highest goal scorer in the league, Gbolahan Salami, scored another goal for his club, Warri Wolves, against Dolphins FC today in Warri.

Nembe City’s fortune keeps dwindling as they suffered a heavy defeat in the hands of Heartland FC, losing by two goals to nil. Lobi stars won at home with a 1-0 scoreline against Enyimba while Rangers International held Abia
Warriors to a draw at home.

Full results of Week 28 matches

Akwa United 2-0 Giwa FC
Warri Wolves 3-1 Dolphins
Abia Warriors 0-0 Rangers
Bayelsa United 2-0 Kano Pillars
Gombe United 1-0 Nasarawa United
FC Taraba 2-2 Sunshine Stars
Crown FC 1-0 El-Kanemi
Sharks 3-0 Kaduna United
Heartland 2-0 Nembe City
Lobi Stars 1-0 Enyimba


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