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NLO: Igbajo United suffer first defeat as Ase Ridyem hold Hammola to goalless draw

Hammola beats Igbajo in Osun FA cup

Ganiyu Muftau

Osogbo centre for National league one produced shock results in the match day six of the ongoing NLO season. Igbajo United suffered their first defeat in the Nigeria National league this season. HMK shock the group leader by beaten them on a lone goal.

HMK forward Bashiru Abiodun goal in the first half is enough to defeat igbajo United meanwhile igbajo United maintain their first position on the log within 15th points.

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Another epic match between Hammola international fc and Ase Ridyem produce goalless draw. Hammola dominated the match but they couldn’t coverts their chances to the back of the net.

Ase Ridyem has an early opportunity to take the lead but their striker failed to put it at the back of the net. Hammola international fc have a penalty when a foul occurs to Ibrahim Isiak , but Ajibola Owoeyo missed the penalty to give Hammola the lead.

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Hammola international Fc now has ten points they have a mountain to climb if they want to top the group with three matches left. Ase Ridyem has gathered 8 points so far in 6 games with three matches left.

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