Former Super Eagles striker, Yakubu Aiyegbeni, made his debut for Coventry City on Tuesday night.

The former Everton Forward came on as a substitute in Coventry’s 1 – 1 draw with AFC Wimbledon in the League One week 32 clash.

Yakubu replaced Marcus Tudgay a minute after an hour mark as the Russell Slade tutored side conceded a last-minute goal after getting one earlier to end the match 1 – 1.

Wimbledon’s Paul Robinson’s last minute strike cancelled out a 61st minute strike by Coventry’s Jodi Jones.

Although Yakubu used his experience to organize his team-mates but the former Boro Striker couldn’t cover much ground due to his lack of fitness.

Coventry have now gone fifteen matches without a win, nine under manager, Russell Slade, who is still in search of his first win with the Sky-Blue Armies.

Coventry remains rock bottom in the League One table with 22 points from 31 points.


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