Africa Stars Watch: 30 March 2019 - As It Happened

Africa Stars Watch: 30 March 2019 - As It Happened
Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi

by Staff Reporter

Saturday Mar 30, 2019. 19:02

It is Saturday and we bring you an edition of Africa Stars Watch as we take a look at Africa’s finest players plying their trades in top football leagues across the globe.


17h00 - Wlifred Ndidi (Nigeria) has just started for Leicester City against Bournemouth in an English Premier League (EPL) match.

17h10 - Romain Saiss (Morocco)  is in action for Wolverhampton Wanderers, who are trailing 1-0 against Burnley in an EPL encounter.

17h20 - Ndidi (Nigeria)'s Leicester have taken the lead against Bournemouth with 20 minutes played.

17h30 - Isaac Success (Nigeria) is on the Watford bench with his side trailing 1-0 against Manchester United in another EPL clash.

17h40 - In the Spanish La Liga, Kevin-Prince Boateng (Ghana) is amongst the FC Barcelona substitutes as they take on Espanyol.

17h50 - Ndidi (Nigeria)'s Leicester are leading 1-0 at half-time and the midfield maestro has been solid in the middle of the park.

18h00 - The second-half is underway in an EPL match between Wifried Zaha (Ivory Coast)'s Crystal Palace and Huddersfield Town, and the score is 0-0.

18h10 - Saiss (Morocco) is still in action for Wolves, who are trailing 1-0 against Burnley, while Success (Nigeria) remains on the bench with Watford losing 1-0 against United.

18h20 - Yves Bissouma (Mali)'s Brighton and Hove Albion are losing 1-0 against Southampton with 20 minutes left.

18h30 - Zaha (Ivory Coast) and his Palace team-mates have doubled their lead against Huddersfield Town.

18h40 - Ndidi (Nigeria)'s Leicester have doubled their lead and the midfielder is still in action with 10 minutes left.

18h50 - Success (Nigeria) has been introduced by Watford with 10 minutes left and they are trailing 2-0 against United.

19h00 - Ndidi (Nigeria) and Zaha (Ivory Coast) helped their teams win, while Success (Ivory Coast) and Saiss (Morocco) could not avoid a defeat.

Lastly, Steve Mouine (Benin)'s Huddersfield have been relegated from the EPL after losing to Palace.

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