The Sharks striker laments the painful loss to Kaduna United on Thursday in what he has described as shambolic officiatingSharks striker Victor Ezeji has told Goal.com that referee Sule from Adamawa aided Kaduna United victory over his side in their Week 36 match of the Nigeria Premier League played on Thursday.
Ezeji noted that he witnessed the worst officiating in his entire football career in the game against Kaduna United.
"That referee mudered football all in a bid to aid Kaduna United. The man started from the beginning of the match to show us that no matter what we do, we can never get a draw.
"Even when we scored, I told myself that we must be careful because the man will surely find a way to make Kaduna United score and win the match.
"First he started with our coach, Imama Amamakpabo who was sent off for no just cause.
"Then in the second half, when Terry Envoh had put us ahead, the real drama started. He awarded a penalty when it was supposed to be a free kick for us.
"They lost the first penalty and this point, any good move from us caleds for an infringement. He gave them another penalty and they scored this time, even though he was not supposed to.
"And when the match should have ended, the referee extended the time after the regulation time until he was able to gift them another penalty.
"And when they scored that final penalty, he ended the game. But sincerly speaking, this is not the best way to win a game. There should always be a level playing field for all the teams in the Nigeria Premier League.
"This is not the best way to improve this League because there are potentials in this League that can be harnessed. There must be a way of making sure that no matter where clubs play, they can win as long as they have a good team and good officiating," Ezeji intoned.