Nigerian striker, Gbolahan Salami scored a brace for his club,
Kuopion Palloseura (KuPS) in their 2-1 victory against IFK Mariehamn in
the Finnish Veikkausliga clash on Friday.
The former Warri Wolves FC striker scored from the penalty spot in
the 57th and added the second in the 63rd, while Aleksei Kangaskolkka
scored for the visitors in the 59th minute, as the game ended 2-1 at
The 25-year-old has scored 10 goals in his over 24 games appearance
in the on-going season for the Yellow-Blacks. Meanwhile, other three
Nigerian players comprising Azubuike Egwuekwe, Paul Onobi and Aliyu
Abubakar were in full time action for KuPS.
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