Pillars Beat African Legends

Pillars Beat African Legends

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Added by December 15, 2017

Former Nigerian champion Kano Pillars on Thursday defeated ex-African football stars 2-1 in a novelty game organised to support (IDPs) in the Northeast.

The football match, held at Sani Abacha Stadium, Kano, was organised by two former African footballers of the year: Kanu Nwankwo of Nigeria and El-Hadji Diouf of Senegal.

Pillars scored their first goal in the third minute of the match, while the second came after 25 minutes into the game through same Jersey number 15 player, Nafi’u Muhammed.

The African legends scored their first goal in 25 minutes of the second half through El-Hadji Diouf.

And speaking to newsmen, Daniel Amokachi said the match was organised to support IDPs who were displaced as a result of insurgency in the North East.

Amokachi added that they were in Kano to show love and concern to IDPs as one family, and to support them with whatever was generated from the match.

Other legends who featured in the game were Garba Lawal, Tijjani Babangida and former Zimbabwe captain Benjamin Nwareware.

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