Terem Moffi stole the show at the famous Parc des Princes on a weekend that Moses Simon, Paul Onuachu and Wilfred Ndidi proved they are still far from past it.
The defensive midfielder appears to have added goals to his arsenal this season after he netted his third goal of the season in a 4-1 routing of home team Southampton. The quality of his goal was also one to behold. He is certainly answering critics who say he does not bring much going forward after the grafting he does in the middle of the park. With the help of Ndidi, Leicester City continue to push for a prompt return to the Premier League.
The much sought after winger came off the bench to score a goal and provide an assist for Club Brugge to go past a stubborn Sporting Charleroi in continuation of the Belgian league. In the past few weeks, he has enhanced his growing reputation with a memorable debut for Norway and decent outings with Club Brugge. The exciting youngster rejected a 30 Million Euros transfer to Chelsea on transfer Deadline Day and now it is reported that Real Madrid are lurking in the corner to poach him.
The giant striker has not wasted any time in getting among the goals at new club Trabzonspor after he opened scoring on his debut against Besiktas. It was an opening goal that inspired a big home win for Trabzonspor and which would have boosted the self-belief of the big centre-forward. He last scored a goal eight months ago. He looks good to enjoy his time in Turkey on loan from Southampton.
After a rather indifferent campaign last season, the speedy Super Eagles winger got his first goal in Ligue 1 for FC Nantes to win their first game at Clermont Foot. His superb match winner ought to get The Canaries back firing again after a laboured start to the new season with two losses and two draws.
🇳🇬 Terem Moffi's masterclass for OGC Nice against PSG last night :— HF (@hfworld_) September 16, 2023
➡️ scored the opener
➡️ assisted the second
➡️ scored the third/ winner
🏆 Player of the match
Three Ligue 1 goals already this season. 💥pic.twitter.com/bTMEiGobvt
Moffi again showed he loves scoring against Ligue 1 champions PSG with a brace and an assist for Nice to win 3-2 in Paris. The authoritative L’Equipe newspaper dubbed the striker ‘Prince de Parc’ in tribute to his exploits against the biggest French club. He has now scored five goals in six matches against the star-studded PSG, whose captain Kylian Mbappe took exception to the goal celebration by the Super Eagles striker. Moffi was unapologetic and he said so on his Instagram handle – “I would like to take this opportunity to apologise to absolutely no one. » Nice snapped up Moffi from modest FC Lorient in January for them to be rubbing shoulders with the likes of PSG and already this transfer is looking very much a sure winner.