By Uche Dozie
Sport Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Nasarawa United were one of the teams who shone bright in the match day six fixtures of the 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) season as they got maximum point away from home.
The Solid miners got their second away victory after coming back from a goal down to beat Warri Wolves at the Ozoro Stadium on Sunday.
Uche Ihuarulam had put the home side in front in 21st minutes, but the goal was cancelled by Silas Nwankwo 63rd minutes to restore parity.
15 minutes later Chinedu Ohanachom taps the ball in for the Lafia side to put score at 2-1.
The result takes the northern side to the top of the league with 14 points, two points more than Rivers United who have a game in hand.
At the Okigwe Stadium, Abia Warriors continued to search for their first win as they played out a goalless draw against MFM FC of Lagos.
It was the home side who looked likely to score as a 24th minutes strike was ruled out for offside. MFM remained strong to end the game in a draw and got their second away point of the season.
Sunshine Stars were another team that shone like the stars they are beating Dakkada International by two goals to one at the Nest of Champions.
Sadeeq Yusuf was the hero scoring a brace to give Gbenga Ogunbote’s side their first away win of the season. Benedict Uket pulled one back for the Uyo side.
Kwara United were one nil winners of FC Ifeanyi Ubah. The Ilorin Boys got an home win through substitute Olawale Faryola’s late strike in the 86th minutes after Kwara dominated the game.
Lobi Stars of Makurdi got an away point at the Cathedral after playing out a goalless draw with Rangers International of Enugu.
The Pride of Benue were able to hold the 7-time champions of the league even though they went a man down at the 82nd minutes after Ossy Martins was shown the red card for elbowing an opponent.
Heartland came from behind to take all points as they defeated Akwa United at the Dan Anyiam Stadium.
Mfon Udoh out the away side in front in the 37th minutes, but Samuel Nnochiri restored parity from the penalty spot in the 50th minutes.
Pascal Eze scored the winning goal in the 79th minutes.
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