Okwara Hits Target In Portugal

Inform Amora FC of Portugal midfielder, Charles Okwara was on the score sheet Sunday, as his team recorded  a 2-2 draw at home against Caldas FC in a highly dramatic and pulsating league encounter.

Playing at home in front of their ever present dedicated fans, at Estádio da Medideira,  Amora got in front through a well headed goal by their mercurial Okwara in the 11th minute of the keenly contested tie.

Everything seemed to be working well and according to plan, until the 35th minute when Joao  Rodrigues broke the heart of the home fans to draw level via a good struck penalty goal. Hostilities ended in a 1-1 stalemate at half time as both teams went into the tunnel.

Thunder however struck a second time, this time in the 60th minute, when Andre Perre put the visitors ahead 1-2 to quiet the bewildered home crowd as the time ticked towards the final whistle of the match.

But there was still time enough though for further drama, as Jose Gata equalized for the hosts 2-2 in the 74 minute of the fascinating match through a penalty also to send the home fans into a wild frenzy.

“I was among the goals scorers today, Okwara informed us from his base.

“I’m so excited about this and I thank God Almighty for His grace.

“This first goal is very significant for me and my confidence and I hope it will usher the beginning of many goals to come.

“The team is playing well, doing the right things but just winning of games that is left”, he said.

Recall, that Okwara had also provided a vital assist that helped coach Pedro Duarte tutored team secure a 1-1 draw away last weekend against Academica in a game he was only introduced in the 65th minute due to the fact that he was just recuperating from ill health.

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