Supreme Court football Club of Abuja on Friday lived up to expectation to outclass visiting Adamawa United 2-0 in one of match day 11 of Nigeria National League, NNL decided inside Area 3 playground. The Apex Boys who reinvigorated their bullish performance took the lead midway in the 20th minute after Paul Samson nicknamed Drogba stepped on to convert a penalty after Adamawa United player handled the ball inside his own goal area. Both teams went ahead in search of goals with the visitors pilling more pressure before the first half eventually signed off. At the resumption of the second half, the home side appeared more cautious but made several attempts on goal. It was in the 85th minute of play that much attacking bite from Supreme Court FC led their Opponent to another costly foul inside their own goal. This time around, another Adamawa Defender conscientiously preferred to use hand to stop a shot wired by Supreme striker Auwal Shuaibu direct to goal post. Again, Drogba made no mistake to convert the second spot kick which gifted him with the brace. The two goals obviously served as a relief to Apex Boys lanky striker who has been inching to get on the scorers sheet since the beginning of the season. He then summarized his feelings this way, “I feel delighted to score these goals. It has not been easy playing since the season began without getting any goal. “Despite the scoring challenge, I have always remained positive and determined to make my impact count this season after playing well last season. From now, I will continue to train harder to get more goals in the remaining part of the season.” Also speaking, Technical Adviser, Joachim Osuji commended brilliant performance by his boys and vowed to continuously encourage them to get better. So far, the Abuja-based side has picked seven points in four matches played in the second stanza of the current campaign, a result which has positioned them for a good finish with three games to go

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