Shooting Stars suffered another home defeat in the Nigeria Professional Football League on Wednesday as they were piped 2-1 by visiting Warri Wolves in their Match Day 16 tie at the Lekan Salami Stadium.
The home loss was the It was the second time Shooting Stars would be beaten at home this season having started the ongoing campaign on a losing note to Lobi Stars.
It was King Osanga that got the curtain raiser in Ibadan for Wolves before the visitors doubled their lead through John Odumegwu.
Though Najeem Olukokun pulled one back for 3SC with 15 minutes still left to play, there was no coming back for Coach Kadiri Ikhana’s men who have been largely inconsistent this season.
With the home loss, Shooting Stars are in the relegation waters in 17th position with 17 points from 16 matches while on their part the away win has taken Wolves to 9th spot on the log.
In other games, 10-man Enyimba team held MFM FC to a goalless draw at the Agege Stadium in Lagos.
The Olukoya Boys, as MFM FC are fondly called, have been unbeaten at their home ground since the beginning of the season and they were hopeful that they could conquer the Peoples’ Elephant in the Match Day 16 tie but hard as they tried they could only settle for a draw against the seven-time champions.
With the stalemate recorded, MFM FC are on 8th spot on the log with 23 points from 16 games while Enyimba are 12th with 21 points but from 13 games.
For the other Lagos team, Ikorodu United, it was another tale of disappointment as they blew their lead twice to play out a 2-2 draw against Plateau United
Ikorodu Utd 2-2 Plateau Utd
MFM 0-0 Enyimba
Sunshine Stars 2-1 Rangers
Shooting Stars 1-2 Wolves
Rivers Utd 1-0 Wikki
Nasarawa Utd 3-2 Abia Warriors
Ifeanyiubah 1-0 Lobi
Tornadoes 2-1 Heartland
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