Check Out Full Aiteo Cup Round Of 32 Results As Enyimba Outsmarted By Underdog

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The Aiteo Cup 2019 sprung surprises on Wednesday across the country as some Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) heavyweights were stunned.

Concise News reports that Enyimba, Enugu Rangers, Akwa United, Sunshine Stars and Katsina United and Nasarawa United were booted out of the competition.

The Round of 16 fixtures is now taking shape with two matches to be played on Thursday.

See full results of all matches below:

Smart City 3-2 Enyimba

Ambassador 0-1 Warri Wolves FC

EFCC 1-0 Sunshine Stars Football Club

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Gateway United 0-2 Abia Warriors FC

Aklosendi International FC 1-0 Nasarawa United

Rivers United F. C. 3-0 Akwa United

Shooting Stars 2-0 Katsina United

Ekiti United 2 – 4 Bendel Insurance

Gombe United FC 0-1 Niger Tornadoes

Lobi Stars Football Club 2-0 Enugu Rangers

Crown FC 1-1 Kwara United (Kwara won 5-4 on penalties)

Delta Force (Delta) 0-0 Cynosure FC (Ebonyi) (FT. Cynosure FC 11-10 penalties)

Calabar Rovers (Cross River) 1-1 Wikki Tourists (Bauchi) (Calabar Rovers 4-2 penalties)

Round of 16 qualified teams

1. Warri Wolves (Delta)
2. Aklosendi United (Nasarawa)
3. El-Kanemi Warriors (Borno)
4. Lobi Stars (Benue)
5. Abia Warriors (Abia) (Warri)
6. Bendel Insurance (Edo)
7. Rivers United (Rivers)

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8. Cynosure FC (Ebonyi)
9. Niger Tornadoes (Niger)
10. Shooting Stars (Oyo)
12. Smart City FC (Lagos)
13. Kwara United (Kwara)
14. Calabar Rovers (Cross River)

Round of 32 fixtures below to be determined tomorrow, Thursday:
1. Kogi United (Kogi)/Plateau United (Plateau)
2. ABS FC (Kwara)/Kano Pillars (Kano)

Information reached this online news medium that Port Harcourt City Football Academy did not honour their tie against El-Kanemi Warriors in Abuja today due to lack of financial support. Hence, they were walked over and El Kanemi advanced.

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In 2017, Nigeria’s foremost energy solution company, AITEO took over the Federation Cup and acquired the ‘Naming Right’ as an extension/addendum to the company’s sponsorship agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

Akwa United won it 2017 while Enugu Rangers are the reigning champions.

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