Reigning champions Rangers International recorded their second win of the season as they beat a 10-man Lobi Stars 2-1 in their Professional Football League fixture on Wednesday.
Daniel Etor scored the opener for the Flying Antelopes. The visitors, however, rallied back and netted from the spot through Kingsley Eduwo in the 57th minute.
Lobi Stars were reduced to 10 men when Chinedu James was sent off 10 minutes from time, before Rangers took the advantage and scored the winner via a fine header by Bobby Clement on 90 minutes.
Wikki Tourists also beat Shooting Stars 1-0 at the Tafawa Balewa Stadium, Bauchi.
Elsewhere, Rivers United were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Kano Pillars.
Godbless Asamoah had put the home team on the lead seconds before half-time, before Amos Gyang levelled scores in the 57th minute for their first away goal this season.
And at the Muhammad Dikko Stadium in Katsina, Destiny Ashadi’s goal helped Katsina United beat FC IfeanyiUbah 1-0.
The full results of rescheduled NPFL matchday 7:
Rivers United 1-1 Kano Pillars
Wikki Tourists 1-0 3SC
Rangers 2-1 Lobi Stars
Katsina United 1-0 FC IfeanyiUbah
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