Player of the Month Promise David Bags Two Goals, Assist, as Kalju Humbles Tammeka 4-2

Nigeria U23 and Nõmme Kalju FC’s dynamic striker, Promise David, showcased his exceptional ability once again, scoring twice and providing an assist as Kalju secured a commanding 4-2 victory against Tammeka in the Estonian top division on Friday evening.

David’s impactful performance began early in the game when he orchestrated the opening goal, displaying remarkable skill to assist Nikita Komissarov in the 16th minute with a beautifully executed effort. Despite Tammeka’s equalizer, David’s resilience and determination shone through as he reclaimed the lead for Kalju, setting up another goal for Komissarov, and then extending the lead himself with a superb individual effort just before halftime.

In the second half, David continued to dominate the game, sealing the victory for his team with a clinical finish in the 81st minute, bringing the final score to 4-2 and ensuring Kalju’s triumph.

David’s outstanding performance throughout the month of April did not go unnoticed, as he was honored with the prestigious Best Player of the Month award. Throughout April, David displayed his goal-scoring prowess, netting an impressive five goals in four games for Nõmme Kalju FC. His remarkable accuracy and clinical finishing on the pitch were evident in every match, with David averaging a goal every 72 minutes or 1.25 goals per game.

Speaking after the match, David expressed his gratitude for the recognition, stating, “I am honored to receive the Best Player of the Month award. It’s a testament to the hard work of the entire team, and I am grateful for their support. I will continue to give my best for Nõmme Kalju FC and strive for even greater success in the future.”

Promise David’s stellar performance continues to solidify his position as one of the most promising talents in Estonian football, and fans eagerly anticipate his future contributions to the sport.

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