Meet The 2 Nigerians That Have Scored More Goals Than Osimhen In A European League So Far In 2024

Nigeria’s Victor Osimhen has scored 4 Serie A goals for Napoli so far in 2024. However, there are two Nigerians that have netted more in an European league within the period as per Transfermarkt. Who are these Nigerian goal poachers<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>

Victor Osimhen

The leading Nigerian scorer in Europe so far in 2024 is Cyriel Dessers who currently plays for Rangers in Scotland. The former Europa League golden boot winner has netted 6 times between January and March 9 this year. He got his first Scottish Premiership goal of the year on January 24 when his club visited Hibernian. He was brought into the march in the 73rd minute and got on the scoresheet within 60 seconds of action.

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Dessers added another strike three days later. This was during another away game at St Mirren. It is worthy of note that the former Super Eagles striker has added 2 braces to his name within the period. Interestingly, both of them came at home in the month of February.

Philip Otele (right) in action

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The second Nigerian on this list is Philip Porwei who plays for CFR Cluj in the Romanian too flight. This Port Harcourt born winger got his first strike of the year was recorded on January 29 when he netted the winner against FC Voluntari. He followed it with 2 goals in February and another one in March.

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Meanwhile, Osimhen got his first league action of the year on February 25. He scored Napoli’s only goal in the game which ended in a 1-1 draw. In his next appearance, the reigning Serie A golden boot winner added a hay trick to his name. It should be noted that these 3 strikes were registered with his right foot. He is yet to find the back of the net in March<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>