𝐁𝐲 𝐄𝐣𝐢𝐦𝐚𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐈𝐭𝐮𝐦𝐨
Remo Stars young talent, Hadi Haruna, delivered a stunning performance that played a pivotal role in his team’s 2-1 triumph over Enugu Rangers on NPFL matchday two last Sunday.
Hadi’s inclusion in the starting lineup by coach Daniel Ogunmodede proved to be a superb decision, given his impressive track record, including a successful loan spell at Abeokuta Stormers last season, where he helped them qualify for the NNL Super 8 playoffs.
The game between Remo Stars and Enugu Rangers was a fiercely contested affair, with both teams displaying their skills and determination on the pitch. It was a come-from-behind victory for Remo Stars, and Hadi Haruna’s performance was instrumental in turning the tide.
After falling behind early in the match, Remo Stars rallied and managed to level the scoreline. Hadi Haruna’s tenacity and creativity in midfield were on full display as he orchestrated his team’s attacks and disrupted Rangers’ rhythm. His exceptional work rate and ability to read the game were key in regaining control.
As the final whistle blew, securing the 2-1 victory for Remo Stars, Hadi Haruna took a moment to reflect on the match and shared his thoughts while speaking with Lodgexpress official website.
“We knew it would be a tough match, especially after conceding an early goal. But we believed in ourselves and our ability to bounce back. The secret to our victory was our resilience and determination.”
Hadi went on to praise his teammates for their collective effort and commitment throughout the game. He added, “Every player on the pitch gave their all, and it’s a testament to the unity and spirit within the team. We worked together to secure this important win for Remo Stars.”
Hadi’s outstanding performance and his team’s remarkable comeback victory have certainly earned them well-deserved praise and attention in the NPFL. As the season progresses, fans and pundits will be eager to see more of Hadi’s contributions on the field and whether Remo Stars can continue their impressive form in the league.