Kanu on target in charity game
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Kanu scored twice as a substitute in the encounter at Bolton's Reebok Stadium after organising the game to raise funds for the Kanu Heart Foundation.
The match featured a galaxy of big-name players from Africa and the remainder of the footballing world and provided rich entertainment for the spectators at The Reebok.
Blackburn Rovers striker Hakan Sukur also used the game to make to take another step on the comeback trail from a broken leg.
Sukur made his Rovers debut as a substitute against Manchester City last weekend after over two months on the sidelines with a broken leg.
The Turkish hot shot scored in a 45-minute run-out and was joined by Rovers team-mates Tugay and Martin Taylor, who had been given permission to miss the club's break in Marbella to support Kanu's cause.