NPFL: Silas Nwankwo Comfortable On Top Of The Scorer’s Chart


NPFL: Silas Nwankwo Comfortable On Top Of The Scorer’s Chart

By Omolagba Oluwayemi

Just like the Akwa United look to be running away with the 2021 NPFL title, Silas Nwankwo of Nasarawa United looks to be on the run with the highest goal-scorer award as he comfortably sits on the top, can report.

With 18 goals after 35 round of matches, the rejected former Sunshine Stars striker is three goals ahead of his closest rival, Charles Atshimene of Akwa United.

Next to them is Rabiu Ali who is on 14 goals although most of his goals this term have been from the penalty spot, Pele as popularly known in Kano can still give it a push in the final three games of the season.

Highest Scorers Chart
18 – Silas Nwankwo (Nasarawa Utd)
15 – Charles Atshimene (Akwa Utd)
14 – Rabiu Ali (Kano pillars)
12 – Sadeeq Yusuf (Sunshine stars)
12 – Mohammed ZuIkifilu (Plateau Utd)
12 – Rasheed Ahmed (Katsina Utd)
11 – Michael Ohanu(Kwara Utd)
10 – Ossy Martins (Lobi Stars)
10 – Christian Nnaji (Rangers Int’l)
10 – Godwin Aguda (Rivers Utd)
9 – Samuel Stone (Jigawa G/Stars)
9 – Stephen Jude (Kwara Utd)
8 – Chukwuemeka Obioma (Abia warriors)
8 – Paul Samson (Abia warriors)
8 – Ndifreke Effiong (Akwa Utd)
8 – Samuel Nnoshiri (Heartland & Katsina Utd)
8 – Ekene Awazie (FC Ifeanyi Ubah)
8 – Samuel Kalu (Katsina Utd)
8 – Ibrahim Mustapha (Plateau Utd)
7 – Godwin Obaje (Abia warriors)
7 – Mfon Udoh (Akwa Utd)
7 – Isaac George (Dakkada FC)
7 – Tosin Omoyele (Enyimba)
7 – Samuel Mathias (Lobi Stars)
7 – Godspower Aniefiok (Rangers Int’l)

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