Flying Eagles Win Glo Super 4

Nigeria’s U-20 team, the Flying Eagles have won this year’s Super 4 with a match to spare after they thrashed Dolphins 4-1 on Friday.
The Flying Eagles recorded an unassailable 12 points after they won all their four matches thus far.
Nigeria’s U-23 are in second place on eight points, while Enyimba are third with seven points. Kano Pillars are next on the log and
Warri Wolves have three points, while Dolphins are bottom of the six-team invitational tournament without any point.
The final day of matches will be played on Sunday with Flying Eagles taking on U-23 Eagles in a match that is of mere formality for the Nigeria U-20.
Warri Wolves will square up with Dolphins and Enyimba take on Pillars.
In their match against Dolphins, Taiwo Awoniyi gave the Flying Eagles the lead after 24 minutes off a through ball by Obinna Nwobodo.
The Flying Eagles extend their lead in the 42nd minute through an own goal by Dolphins defender Jonathan Zikiye off a desperate clearance by Victor Ezuruike.
The Nigeria U-20 went 3-0 up on 49 minutes through Bernard Bulbwa, who charged from the midfield, ghosted past his marker before slotting home coolly.
However, three minutes later Christain Pyagbara reduced the deficit when he turned sharply inside the box before firing past Flying Eagles goalkeeper Olorunleke Ojo.
Dolphins had two players sent off for dangerous play; Ezeruike in the 61st minute and Tijjani Adamu two minutes later.
In the 82nd minute, substitute Musa Yahaya saw his shot come off the crossbar with the Dolphins goalkeeper well beaten.
The Flying Eagles continued to attack their opponents before they grabbed a deserved fourth goal through substitute Chidera Eze.

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