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Super Falcons of Nigeria star, Asisat Oshoala, is set to play her second UEFA Women’s Champions League final for FC Barcelona Femini after their 2-1 win over PSG in the semi-final (second leg) of the competition. Their win will see them confront Chelsea on May 16, 2021, in the final.

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Victor Osimhen made it 3 goals out of his last three games for Napoli after scoring in their 1-1 clash against Cagliari in the Italian Serie A on Sunday, May 2, 2021. Osimhen found the back of the net in the 13th minute of the game before being subbed off in the 76th minute of the encounter.

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Peter Olayinka became a league champion with Czech side, Slavia Praha, for the third season in a row after their 5-1 win over Viktoria Plzen on Sunday. Olayinka, 25, has bagged six goals and four assists in 21 appearances so far this season.

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Paul Onuachu, at the weekend, equalled the Belgian Jupiler league goal record for a single season set by Wesley Sonck, after scoring his 30th goal of the season in KRC Genk 3-2 win against Royal Antwerp FC.

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In athletics, Nigeria’s Rosemary Chukwu narrowly missed out on a Personal Best after winning the 100m race at the Corky/Crofoot Shout-out in Texas in a time of 11.18s. The duo of Ayla Stanislaus and Peyton Ricks, came second and third in 11.27s and 11.47s respectively.


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Erhire Best won the men’s high jump event at the Tennessee Challenge after clearing 2.17m to beat the duo of Trey Allen (second, 2.14m) and Luke Nichols (third, 2.05m).


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In the Hammer Throw, a new Nigerian National Record was set by Sade Olatoye who landed a 69.89m hurl to emerge winner at the Jesse Owens Classic, and improved on the previous record of 68.85m set by Temilola Ogunrinde. Olatoye’s mark also set a Meet and Stadium Records.


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