Nigeria international, Samuel Eduok continued his fine form in front of goal as he scored on his home debut to help preserve HNK Hajduk Split’s 100% record in their 3-0 win over NK Lokomotiv Zagreb, reports.


The 25-year-old summer arrival from Turkey started for the first time at the Stadion Poljud in Split as the host struggled to create clear cut chances in the opening exchanges.


However, with the half time whistle approaching, the hosts took the lead on the 40th minute via the boot of Mijo Caktaś before Eduok made it 2-0 three minutes later after firing a thunderous strike past the goalkeeper following a fine solo run.


Darko Nejasmic then completed the scoring twelve minutes after the break before Eduok was withdrawn nine minutes from time as the hosts remained second on the log with an unbeaten nine points.