The Super Eagles trio of Victor Osimhen, Kelechi Iheanacho, and Paul Onuachu were in superb scoring form again for their clubs.
It was business as usual for them in their respective clubs as monitored by Eagles in Europe, EiE.
Osimhen’s recent form for Napoli continued on Saturday after he scored a wonderful brace and assisted another goal in a 4-1 against Spezia in the Serie A.
The goals took his tally to 10 in just 13 starts for Napoli as he begins to repay the club for their huge investment on him.
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He has also now been involved in six goals (5 goals and 1 assist) in his last four matches for Napoli in the Serie A.
For Simy Nwankwo, not only was he caged but humiliated with his team as Roma thrashed them 5-0.
Simy will have to wait for next weekend to continue his search for that elusive goal that will see he become the first Nigerian to score 20 league goals in any of the top five leagues in Europe.
The giant striker is Nigeria’s current top scorer with 19 goals for Crotone.
Despite a weekend to forget for Leicester City in the English Premier League, Senior man Iheanacho made it a respectable score line for the Foxes when they hosted Newcastle United on Friday.
Iheanacho scored a brilliant goal in their 2-4 defeat at the King Power, his sixth goal in his last six matches for the club in all competitions.
The goal was also his 11th in the PL, a tally he achieved in just 14 starts.
10 – Kelechi Iheanacho has scored 10 Premier League goals since the start of March, the most of any player. The only player to score more goals over this period in Europe's top five leagues is fellow Nigerian Simy (12 in Serie A). Super.
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He played from start to finish, created three other chances for his teammates, made three key passes and completed the most dribbles (6) in the game.
His compatriot at the club, Wilfred Ndidi had a quiet game and was substituted after 63 minutes.
Alex Iwobi was unused substitute as Everton all but ended West Ham’s Champions League hopes with a narrow 0-1 win on Sunday.
In the English second division, William Troost-Ekong watched from the bench as his fellow Nigerian, Isaac Success inspired Watford to a 2-0 win over Swasea on Saturday in the championship.
Success netted the second goal and winner with three minutes to goal, his first goal of the season.
Moving to Belgium where Onuachu wrote his name in the history books after his 31st goal of the season for Genk.
Genk defeated Club Brugge 3-0 on Friday with the 6 foot 7 inches star scoring the scoring just before the hour mark, his 31st of the campaign in the Belgian Jupiler.
With the goal, he becomes the first player to score more than 30 goals in a season in Belgium since Josip Weber in 1994.
Chidozie Awaziem and Boavista are missed a chance to seal safety after a 1-1 with Tondela in the Portuguese League.
Awaziem, who is their captain, played from start to finish.
Maduka Okoye kept his 9th clean sheet of the season after Sparta Rotterdam defeated Vitesse 3-0 on Friday.
It was Okoye’s 26th league game of the season and he made 100% saves.
Tyronne Ebuehi played as a centre back as FC Twente were held it a 1-1 draw at home by Heracles in the Ducth Eredivisie.
Henry Onyekuru continued his search for a first league goal since March 13 after firing blanks in Galatasaray’s 3-1 demolition of rivals Bekistas in the Turkish Super Lig.
The on loan forward was on the pitch for 63 minutes and failed to create a chance, while teammate, Oghenekaro Etebo is still out injured.