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NPFL Matchday 35: Shooting Stars, Enyimba, and the Champions-elect are held at home by the other teams

Rivers are the NPFL22 champions. At the New Jos Stadium, the adopted home of the Solid Miners, United suffered a shocking 2-1 loss to Nasarawa United. Their NPFL Matchday 35 matchup featured plenty of action on Sunday. In the fifth minute, Okereke gave the Solid Miners the lead. When he scored with his f irst touch in the 80th minute, substitute Sikiru Olatunbosun thought he had saved a point for his team. Tochukwu Michael scored from the penalty spot with practically the final kick of the game to give the Solid Miners the victory.

Enyimba absolutely dominated Heartland in their Oriental Derby in Aba, but were held to a scoreless draw. In the last moments, The People’s Elephant came the closest to scoring.

Enyimba absolutely dominated Heartland in their Oriental Derby in Aba, but were held to a scoreless draw. When left-back Imoh Obot watched his long-range shot deflect off the woodwork in the closing minutes of the game, The People’s Elephant came the closest to scoring. They continue to be one point away from the continental locations.

In their NPFL Matchday 35 match against Abia Warriors in Ibadan, Shooting Stars allowed a two-goal advantage to slip. The Oluyole Warriors led 2-0 thanks to a goal from Dare Olatunji and a penalty kick from Emmanuel Lucky. Prior to Godwin Obaje scoring the equalizer in the 70th minute, Valentine Odoh had trimmed their lead in half in the 41st minute.

At the Gombe Pantami Stadium, Gombe United defeated Wikki Tourist 2-1 in front of a large crowd. Victor Okoro quickly tied the score for the visitors after Ibrahim Yahaya had given the home team the lead. Ahmed Jimoh, a playmaker for the Savannah Scorpions, put the game away with a goal in the 65th minute.

Sunshine Stars defeated MFM 2-1 in their NPFL Matchday 35 contest in Akure, pushing the Lagos-based team deeper into the relegation zone. Before David Nduka scored a late consolation goal for the Church Boys, Azeez Ajagbe and Ike Brandon had put the Owena Whales two goals ahead.

Chinonso Okonkwo’s early goal helped Lobi Stars overcome Dakkada FC by a solitary goal in their relegation six-pointer. The Makurdi-based team is currently three points above the danger zone.

In their NPFL Matchday 35 match against Rangers, Kano Pillars earned three crucial points. In the 51st minute, club captain Rabiu Ali scored the game-winning goal from the penalty spot to give his team all three points and lift them two points clear of the relegation zone.

At the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium, Katsina United defeated Remo Stars 3-2 in a match that featured some hardly credible circumstances. Tosin Omoyele, an Enyimba striker on loan, scored twice in the first half to give the home team a two-goal lead before Sikiru Alimi pulled one back for the visitors.

At the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium, Katsina United defeated Remo Stars 3-2 in a match that featured some hardly credible circumstances. Tosin Omoyele, an Enyimba striker on loan, scored twice in the first half to give the home team a two-goal lead until Sikiru Alimi pulled one back for the Sky Blue Stars in the 56th minute. Al-Ameen Adegbite’s team tied the game in the 92nd minute with an equalizer following a well-executed team play. After Remo Stars’ equalizer, the drama began.

The home crowd started to yell at the referee and take the equipment that Remo Stars used to stream the game for their supporters, causing him to extend the game. Emmanuel Matthew finally scored the game-winning goal for the Chanji Boys 38 minutes after the end of regular play, giving them the three points and a two-point advantage over the bottom-dwelling team.

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