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Eneramo nets in Sivasspor's Cup win



Nigeria striker, Michael Eneramo was in fine fettle on Wednesday as his goal helped Sivasspor beat 1490 Trabzon Karadenizspor 2-1 in a group stage game in the Turkish Cup.

Eneramo opened score in the 40th minute in very chilly condition.

The big striker’s effort just before the break was a finish of pure quality.

He received a cross from Polish striker, Kamil Grosicki from the right and with his back to goal, he swiveled before lashing an unstoppable effort.

The visitors however responded on the stroke of half time when Sercan Kaya fired home their equaliser.

Hakan Karslan then struck Sivasspor’s winner with 23 minutes remaining.

Sivasspor now progress to the next round of the competition as they drew the first leg 1-1 on January 16.

Eneramo has been in good form this season for Sivasspor with five goals to his name for the Yigidolar in the 2012/13 Turkey Premier League.



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