GNPL: Goals galore as Glo League hit Week 12

GNPL: Goals galore as Glo League hit Week 12

15 May 2014, 03:43
It poured on Wednesday in venues across the country as heavy rains threatened to disrupt the matches of the Week 12 of the Glo Premier League. 

But the heavens stilled, and the teams took over as it rained thirty-three goals, the highest in recent times at an average of more than three goals a game. 

Thriller

Lobi Stars and Warri Wolves led the goals party as they served up a seven-goal thriller in Lobi's 4-3 win.
Kano Pillars travelled to Gombe and came away with a thumping 3-2 win, their first away win since they posted the same score over ABS in March 2013. 

Slump

Abia Warriors, traumatized with a string of poor results, came out of their slump with a 3-1 win away at Bayelsa United.  
Enyimba of Aba, who didn't concede a goal at home all of last season, were thumped 3-1 at Nasarawa United. 

All the results

Heartland 2-0 Rangers International
Sane Ousmane Pape (og) 11th
Julius Ubido

Sharks 2-1 Giwa FC
Danladi Issah (37 pen)        Okoro Charles (25th)
Ibrahim Ajani (80th)

Kaduna United 3-0 Nembe City

Bayelsa United 1-3 Abia Warriors
Peter Ebimobowei (35)        Ifeanyi Onyali (39th, 57th)

Nasarawa United 3-1 Enyimba International
Bature Yaro (27th)
Esosa (40th)
Samuel Agba.              Mfon Udoh (90th)

Lobi Stars 4-3 Warri Wolves

Akwa United 0-0 FC Taraba

Gombe United 2-3 Kano Pillars
Adamu Mohammed          (23) Rabiu Ali (37)
Haruna Babalo (48th)

El-Kanemi 1-1 Dolphins
                      Omo Johnson (23rd)

Crown FC 2-1 Sunshine Stars
Yomi Olaoke (6th)         Muyiwa Lawal (58th)
Bode Daniel (48th)

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