See: Nigeria-eligible American striker scores stunning solo goal in the MLS

Adeniran started his professional career with Leganés B in Spain, and had loan spells at fourth-tier side Guadalajara and Segunda División B side Castellón, but didn’t play any games for the Orelluts.

Nigeria-eligible American striker, Samuel Oluwabukunmi Adeniran, scored a stunning goal to help MLS side, Saint Loius City S.C. secure a draw in their clash against Real Salt Lake, reports.

Adeniran, 25, is of Nigerian descent but was born in the United States of America and plays as a striker for MLS side, Saint Loius City S.C. He has also had loan spells in Spain and Germany.

He came off the bench last night to score a stunner and help his side secure a 1-1 draw against Real Salt Lake. A long ball from Eduard Lowen was well brought down by the striker before he beat two defenders to put the ball into the back of the net at the City Park to score his first goal for the club.

Adeniran’s professional career began with Leganés B in Spain, with loan spells at Segunda División B side Castellón and Guadalajara, where he scored seven goals in 14 appearances.

In 2019, he moved to German fifth-tier side (The Oberliga), Kickers Emden before joining Atlas Delmenhorst. He returned to America in 2021, signing with USL Championship side, Tacoma Defiance.

Just before Christmas of the same year, the left-footed striker made a permanent switch to Obafemi Martin’s former club, Seattle Sounders before heading out on loan to USL Championship side, San Antonio FC for the remainder of the season and was a key piece to San Antonio’s USL Championship Regular Season title win.


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