ModernGhanalogo

FEATURED: Why Are Black People Obsessed With The Bible That Was Used To Enslave ...

body-container-line-1
04.04.2007 Football News

AFRICAN GOALS IN EUROPE: 31-01 APR

By BBC
AFRICAN GOALS IN EUROPE: 31-01 APR

England
Ivory Coast's Salomon Kalou kept Chelsea in the hunt to retain their premiership title.

He scored in injury time to give his side a 1-0 win over their hosts Watford a result that keeps Chelsea within six points of leaders Manchester United.

Spain
Cameroon's Samuel Eto'o added to his tally to keep Barcelona at the top of the table with a 50th minute goal.

Barcelona defeated Deportivo la Coruna 2-1 and after 28 games the la Liga holders have a two-point lead ahead of closest rivals Sevilla, who drew 0-0 at Osasuna.

Italy
Messina's Ivorian defender Marc Andre Zoro was sent-off in the 75th minute and to make matters worse for his side who lost 2-0 to Cagliari.

France
Algeria's Rafik Saifi helped Lorient to a 2-1 win over Marseille on Friday with a 60th minute goal.

Guinea's Ismael Bangoura gave Le Mans the lead against Auxerre who fought back from 2 goals down to draw 2-2.

Kanga Akale from Ivory Coast scored the first Auxerre goal.

Another Ivorian Amara Diane opened the scoring for Paris Saint-Germain as they beat Lens 2-1 - PSG are still only one point about the relegation zone in France.

Holland
Morocco striker Ali Boussaboun was shown a red card as early as the 8th minute but his side Utrecht were able to continue with 10 men to hold Roda 0-0.

Belgium
A 14th minute goal by Cameroon defender Eric Matoukou helped Racing Genk to a 2-0 win over Saint Truiden.

Genk stay top of the league just a point ahead of Anderlecht with seven games left to play.

Anderlecht kept up the pressure on Genk with a 4-1 trashing of bottom side Lierse 4-1.

Morocco's Mbark Boussoufa grabbed the third goal for Anderlecht while Gambian midfielder Mustapha Jarju Toubabo scored for Lierse.

Nigeria's Patrick Ogunsoto got the equaliser for Westerlo as they drew 1-1 draw at Lokeren.

Senegal's Alioune Kebe gave Mouscron a 32nd minute lead as his side claimed all three points with a 2-1 triumph over Club Bruges.

Algerian midfielder Mohamed Fadel Brahami scored from the penalty spot to to help Mons-Bergen to a 2-1 win over Zulte-Waregem.

Guinea striker Sembegou Bangoura was on target for FC Brussels in their 1-1 draw with Gent.

Turkey
Tunisia striker Ali Zitouni scored his first goal for Antalyaspor since joining them in January on a three-year contract.

His goal, which came in the first minute , was just enough for his team to beat Manisaspor.

Portugal
Cape Verde striker Eduardo Dady secured three points for Belenenses as his 17th minute strike edged out bottom-of-the-table Desportivo Aves.

body-container-line