TCCL team of the Week (Gameweek 2)
Odunmade Ganiyu (Atlantic Business FC)
While his side was trying to make a comeback in the game, Odunmade was busy keeping them in the game. His multiple saves ensured that his side recorded their first win of the season.
John Okoro (Emmydinho)
The right-back gave it all in his side’s loss at Imperial but made the cut for being his side’s best player in the loss.
Alfred Segun (Gbagada FC)
He featured at LB in the game against Dannaz and was excellent in the role. Quite decisive in the final third and provided the assist for the winner.
Kareem Peter (Imperial)
A solid performance from the defender. He marshalled the rest of the back line with absolute confidence on countless occasions.
Ikewe Chukwunba (Imperial)
Peter’s partner in the comfortable win over Emmydinho. An assured performance from the defender who exhibited immense composure at the heart of the defence.
Oyebade Ezekiel (Atlantic Business)
Relentless when defending, creative when attacking, Oyebade helped mastermind his side’s comeback against Broad City.
Ogungbe Ayomide (Beyond Limits)
He provided two assists against Dino SC. The young lad also made key interceptions and was always on hand to anticipate and disrupt the opponent’s play.
Oluwaseun Odunsi (Beyond Limits)
Asides latching onto a loose ball in the box to score Beyond Limits’ fourth against Dino, he was instrumental for Coach Olumide’s side, providing depth and balance.
Onyebuchi Obasi (Beyond Limit)
The wily forward netted a goal in his side’s 4-1 rout on Matchday 2. Obasi’s positioning is his finest asset, getting into areas where he can change the game.
Sunday Chisom (Atlantic Business)
He may have scored only one, but he was an all-round influence for the 90″. Linking play and connecting with passes.
Sheriff Olanikun (Atlantic Business)
A perfect game rounded by a well taken brace. Sherif was a thorn in the flesh of Broad City, announcing his arrival as the new Sheriff in town in this fixture.
Akinyelu Olajide (Gbagada)
He led his side to a second win of the season and kept a clean-sheet in doing so.