Coppa Italia: Isaac Success, Successful Help Udinese To Round Of 16

By Our Reporter

Nigeria International and Udinese striker Isaac Success is making a case for his returns to the Super Eagles with a spectacular display for his club,  as his team got off to a blistering start for for Coppa Italia round of 32 played earlier on Friday.
Udinese got off to a strong start, Gerard Deulofeu converting a penalty for a foul on Isaac Success and the striker scoring the second himself on the counter-attack led the host lead to keep it safe regardless, Feralpisalò goal at the 67th minute.

In-Form Super Eagles talisman, Isaac Success, came through with another outstanding performance and a goal to aid, Udinese Calcio to a (2-1) win against, Feralpisalò.

Lower tier campaigners, Feralpisalò had their hands full in their quest for domestic glory as they square up against Serie A giants, Udinese Calcio.

First Round kicked off this evening with one Serie A side involved at the Dacia Arena.

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The Super Eagles star had a great start to the season, helping his side to a round of 16 berth  

Success was a constant fixture for the Black and Whites during preseason.

The Nigerian forward repaid his manager Andrea Sottil trust in him, scoring two goals during the pre-season.

Iacopo Cernigoi repeatedly tested goalkeeper Marco Silvestri, as the crowd began to get a little irritated towards the end with this performance against a Serie C side

Udinese held on to win 2-1 and will face Monza or Frosinone in the Second Round, which will be in October.

With his performances today he has raise hope and give rise for his returns to the Super Eagles to give the attack more push and more headache for Coach José Peseiro to have more attacking options for his team against Cameroon and Portugal which is yet to be get a date.



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