The Nigerian striker got two goals in Sunday’s La Liga encounter as he marked his anniversary with the third and fourth strikes in his Spanish sojourn
Levante defeated Granada 3-1 in Sunday’s La Liga encounter thanks to a brace from their Nigerian import Obafemi Martins as they moved up to fifth place on 16 points.
Martins, who clocked 28 on the day, opened scoring on 12 minutes to give the hosts the lead inside the Estadi Ciutat de València to calm the nerves of his manager Juan Ignacio Martinez.
The rest of the half was quiet but Martins again made the difference on 61 minutes to double the lead and score his first brace in Spain.
The Granotes scored their third goal through Pedro Rios on 73 minutes but the visitors got one back via Youssef El Arabi in the 85th min courtesy of an assist by Nigerian Odion Ighalo.
Martins has now scored four goals since moving to Spain where he seems to be enjoying a rejuvenated career. The striker has been invited to be a part of the Super Eagles that will play against Venezuela in a friendly international in Miami next month.