A round-up of Nigerian players that were in action for their respective clubs abroad on Tuesday.
Nigerian players with dual nationalities have been included.
Kortrijk 1-2 Eupen
Kortrijk failed to make home advantage count as they fell 2-1 to Eupen.
Former Flying Eagles attacking midfielder Abdul Ajagun climbed off the bench to replace Hannes van der Bruggen in the 77th minute.
36 Lion product Imoh Ezekiel was not listed for the game at the Guldensporenstadion.
Lokomotiv Plovdiv 1-0 Cherno More Varna
In a Bulgarian top flight match that produced eight yellow cards and one red card, hosts Lokomotiv Plovdiv pipped Cherno More Varna 1-0.
Dimitar Iliev put the homers ahead before Milos Petrovic was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Super Eagles rear guard Stephen Eze was at the heart of a three-man Pillar mounted by Lokomotiv Plovdiv in the week 14 fixture.
Eze will hope to continue at the heart of defence for the Smurfs as they visit Slavia Slofia on the 5th of next month.
Everton 2-0 Watford
Over to the EFL Cup, where our journey takes us to Goodison Park.
Goals from Mason Holgate and Richarlison helped Everton dump out a naive Watford team.
Arsenal product Alex Iwobi made a telling contribution for Everton and logged the full throttle.
Ex Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles forward Isaac Success couldn’t make the Watford 18-man squad due to injury.
Nigeria international Alex Iwobi had his fair share of exceptional performances, but his career with Arsenal never came to a full circle due to his inconsistencies.
Now with Everton, Iwobi definitely hopes to turn the tide on his career and string together a complete season.
Burton Albion 1-3 Leicester City
Forgotten Super Eagles forward Kelechi Iheanacho was on song for Leicester City who humbled Burton Albion at the Pirelli Stadium.
Iheanacho gave way for Harvey Barnes some minutes after the hour mark.
Energetic Wilfred Ndidi tasted action as an 88th minute substitute.
Chorley 0-4 Ebbsfleet United
Gozie Ugwu, Marvel Ekpiteta, Tomi Adeloye, Ayo Obileye and Josh Umerah were listed in the matchday squad of Ebbsfleet United for the away fixture at Chorley.
It was Gozie Ugwu who stole the show with a brace for the visiting team. Marvel Ekpiteta also found the back of the net at Victory Park.
Ayo Obileye and Josh Umerah were thrown into the fray in the second stanza while Tomi Adeloye was an unused substitute.
Dover 3-1 Eastleigh
Innih Effiong bagged a brace for Dover in their 3-1 win over Eastleigh.
Harrogate 2-1 Barnet
Simeon Akinola fired blank for Barnet who narrowly lost 2-1 to Barnet.
Plymouth Argyle 0-1 Chelsea Academy
Nigerian born Faustino Anjorin lasted 73 minutes as the Blues U21 beat Plymouth 1-0 at Home Park.
Grimsby Town 1-2 Leicester City Academy
Moses Ogbu’s opener turned out to be a mere consolation for Grimsby Town who lost 2-1 to Leicester City in the EFL Trophy Northern.
Bordeaux 2-0 Dijon
In the French League Cup round of 16, Josh Maja hit target for Bordeaux who dumped out Dijon 2-0.
Maja has played 10 games in all competitions for Bordeaux this season, scoring twice.
The forward made his debut appearance for three-time African champions Nigeria against Ukraine in September 10.
Freiburg 1-3 Union Berlin
Former Cologne, Lillestrom and Warri Wolves forward Anthony Ujah provided two assists for Union Berlin who defeated Freiburg 3-1.
With the result, Union Berlin are through to the next round of the German DFB Pokal.
Bayer Leverkusen 1-0 Paderborn
Defender Jamilu Collins had a great great for Paderborn but his team bowed 1-0 to Bayer Leverkusen at Bay Arena.
Chievo Verona 2-1 Crotone
In the battle of two Nigerians, Joel Chukwuma earned the bragging rights over Simy Nwankwo.
Simy, a former Gil Vicente and Portimonense player silenced the home fans with a 25th minute spot kick.
A red card to Niccolo Zanellato made the game complicated for Crotone.
Goal from Emanuele Giaccherini and Alejandro Rodriguez made the game swing in favour of the Donkeys.
Inter Milan product Joel Chukwuma Obi was an unused substitute.