TCCL team of the week selection of Matchweek 7
14th January, 2021
Olootu Alaba (Gbagada FC)
Alaba had a good game against Valiant. He was unlucky to have conceded, having initially saved a penalty but did ensure his side got a point with a superb save in the end.
Samuel Asogbon (Dino SC)
He was assured in defence. His runs down the left created so many openings for his side as they reached seventh heaven against whipping boys Imperial FC.
Lekan Oyedele (Remo Stars U19)
Excellent display from the Sky Blues’ skipper. His awesome calmness and game readability secured another clean sheet for his side away at Emmydinho.
Wasiu Abdusalam (Ijebu Utd)
MOTM performance from the defender against Iganmu FC and back-to-back appearance on the TOTW for the defender. He’s been a revelation all season for the Ogun state side.
Ezekiel Ahamefula (Dino SC)
Ezekiel’s versatility has been pivotal to Dino’s successes in the TCC League so far. He further affirmed that this match day with an all round eye catching display against visiting Imperial FC.
Olumide Olufemi (Iganmu)
He put in a masterful performance providing a platform for his teammates to attack the opposition before crowning it with a masterful free kick worthy of note. A pity they didn’t get the win.
Oscar Bless (Dino)
A brace and every other thing that is good. The midfielder was a thorn in the flesh of the Imperial lads, opening up the defence with penetrating passes and fine runs to devastating effect. A consistent level of performance would go a long way in helping Dino stay in the title talk.
Chigozie Ikejibue (Emmydinho)
A man of the match performance is not always far from the schemer, running games like the guru he is. He is the still in the storm and the calm in the wind.
Oyeniyi Hammed (Gbagada FC)
In a game where the goalkeepers and defenders came out on top, Oyeniyi was a shining light for the Blue Eagles. Constantly asking questions, His several attempts on Valiant’s goal kept their opponents on their toes and led to the equalizer.
Hyacinth Ogonna (Dino SC)
A constant presence in the opponent’s 18-yard area, Hyacinth was more than a handful for the Imperial FC defenders. From taking well-guided shots to being on hand to tap home from close range, it’s no wonder he scored the league’s first-ever first-half hattrick.
Ibrahim Jabaar (Ijebu United)
His goal proved to be the difference for his side and pushed them up to fourth on the log. His team will be hoping that the goals do not dry up in the games to come.
Godwin Gibson (Dino SC)
It is a well-deserved one for Coach Gibson after his lads demolished bottom side Imperial FC 7-0 to set a league record for the biggest win.