Finidi George Leads Enyimba to Abia State FA Cup Win Beating Ahudiya
- Enyimba have lifted the 2023 Abia State FA Cup after beating non-league side Ahudiya in the final
- These two teams will now represent their State in the Federation Cup which was cancelled last season
- Coach Finidi George and his players have also done well in the first round of the NPFL 2023 season
Former Super Eagles winger Finidi George on Sunday, 12 March, led Enyimba to victory in the final of the 2023 Abia State FA Cup beating Ahudiya 4-1.
En-route to the final, Ahudiya defeated Abia Warriors in a semifinal in which fans were expecting another major upset from them against Enyimba.
Despite the fact that they are a non-league side, Finidi lined up his first team players against them and it paid off netting four goals.
According to a report on Naija Footballer, Ahudiya players proved their worth in the first 30 minutes, and it was in the few minutes to the end of the first half that Enyimba started gaining momentum.
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Who were the scorers?
Moses Omoduemuke scored a brace, while Emeka Obioma and Ikenna Cooper scored a goal each for the Aba Elephants.
As it stands now, Enyimba and Ahudiya will represent Abia State in the Federation Cup.
Sports Brief however spoke to Enyimba assistant coach, Olarenwaju Yemi, who expressed happiness over their victory.
Statement made by Yemi
''Those guys really played well and I am happy that they really made it that far which is a good one for their identity.
''At Enyimba, we have a target which is to win all the competitions we are participating.''
Finidi George scores amazing goal
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how an awesome video emerged on social media of Enyimba FC coach, Finidi George scoring an amazing goal in training while dishing out instructions to his players.
His strike made many fans remember his days as a footballer, when he scored many brilliant goals at club level and also for the Super Eagles - Nigeria's national team.
George was undoubtedly a joy to watch on the pitch in years gone by, considering his pace, power, team spirit, and goal-scoring skills which made him an Ajax signing.
His move to the Dutch giants in 1993 was an incredible one, with the European club bringing him over from the now-defunct Nigerian club, Sharks of Port Harcourt.
Source: Sports Brief News