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27.11.2006 Football News


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Nigeria's Victor Nsofor Obinna scored both goals as Chievo Verona defeated Udinese 2-0. Despite Obinna's brace, Chievo are still struggling in 17th place in Serie A.


Nigerian Ikechukwu Uche scored for the third weekend in a row for Recreativo Huelva, but it was not enough as his side lost 4-3 to Racing Santander.


Senegal's Abdoulaye Faye scored the opening goal for Bolton who went on to beat Arsenal 3-1. The result pushed Bolton up to third in the Premiership.

But there was disappointment for his Senegalese counterpart, Henri Camara, who gave Wigan the lead at Tottenham Hotspur, who fought back to win 3-1.


Algerian midfielder Karim Ziani was on the score sheet for Sochaux who came from behind to beat Lorient 3-1.

Guinea's Ismael Bangoura remains the top scorer in the French league with eight goals, following his opening goal for Le Mans in their 1-1 draw with Lens.

Ivory Coast striker Bonaventure Kalou gave Paris Saint-Germain the lead in the opening minute against Nantes. The match ended 1-1.

Cameroon international Joseph Desire Job scored for Nice in their 2-2 draw against Sedan, one of whose goals came from the Ivory Coast's Bakari Kone. The result failed to lift either side out of the bottom four in the standings.


Ivory Coast striker Arouna Kone grabbed the fourth goal for PSV Eindhoven as they trounced Utrecht 5-0. Kone has now scored seven goals in the Dutch league.

Morocco's Adil Ramzi scored an 81st-minute winner for Roda JC who beat NAC Breda 3-2. It was Ramzi's sixth goal this season.


Mali striker Mahamadou Dissa scored for Beveren who twice came from behind to draw 2-2 with visiting FC Brussels.

DR Congo midfielder Dieudonne Kalulika had given Brussels a 33rd-minute lead.

Senegal striker Alioune Kebe was red-carded after 75 minutes but his side Mouscron hung on for a 2-2 draw with Genk.

Nigerian Bobsam Elejiko was on target for Westerlo in their 2-0 win over Lierse.

DR Congo striker Mohamed Tchite and Moroccan Mbark Boussoufa both hit the back of the net for Anderlecht who beat Roulers 3-2.


Senegal midfielder Dame Ndoye got the second goal for Academica Coimbra who defeated Beira Mar 3-1.

His Senegalese compatriot Modou Sougou was also on target as he scored for Uniao Leiria in their 2-1 win at Nacional.


Guinea striker Kaba Diawara was shown a red card early in the second-half as his side Gaziantepspor lost 2-1 to Kayserispor.

Nigerian striker Victor Agali scored a last-minute goal for Ankaragucu who beat Antalyaspor 1-0.

Ghana captain Stephen Appiah gave Fenerbahce the lead as they beat Trabsonzpor 2-1 to stay top of the league.


Cameroon striker Joel Epale scored the only goal of the game to give Iraklis Saloniki victory over Kerkyra.

Egypt defender Ami Azmi Megahed was sent-off in the second-half for Paok Saloniki who succumbed to a 1-0 defeat at Xanthi Skoda.

Nigeria's Haruna Babangida was on target for Olympiakos in their 4-nil thrashing of Larissa.

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