Nigeria young players in Europe watch: Pascal Durugbor nets 4 goals including 21 minute hattrick in Sweden's Hyundai cup

By Nelson Dafe on September 20, 2018

The boy continues to be on fire. Just a few days after scoring a double in the Swedish third Division league bringing his league tally to well over 20 goals this season, Nigeria's Pascal Onyekachi Durugbor was in no mood to slow down as he hit 4 goals on Tuesday night for his Vaxjo United team in the Swedish Hyundai Cup against hapless Oskarshamns Aik. 

The very thrilling cup game ended with Oskarshamns losing at home 3-5. 

The hosts took the lead in the 3rd minute through Sebastien Helgeson and then the Pascal show began. 

In a space of 21 minutes he had dazed Oskarshamns with a hat trick and left the host's vociferous supporters with mouths agape. 

His first goal came in the 10th minute while the second was scored in the 18th minute of play. 

In the 31st minute of play the hat trick was complete bringing scores to 3-1. 

Christopher Christensson pulled one back for the hosts in the 49th minute but Durugbor scored his fourth goal in the 72nd minute to bring scores to 2-4 in favor of Vaxjo United. 

Christensson scored his second goal and Oskarshamns 3rd in the 82nd minute before Vaxjo rubbed salt on Oskarshamns wounds with a late 93rd minute goal. 

Durugbor is managed by Ferdinand Oji, a licensed player's intermediary and CEO of Chinice Sports management company based in Benin City. 

Photo shows Durugbor in action

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 20, 2018


 

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