Chib is still scoring for fun it seems.
Below is taken from the T & A:
Bradford City Res 4, Sheff Wed Res 0
Tommy Doherty managed the whole first half on his comeback from ankle surgery tonight at Valley Parade as City’s second string notched a resounding victory over Sheffield Wednesday.
In the Bantams’ final home reserve fixture of the season, Leon Osborne and Chib Chilaka, who was recently recalled from a loan spell at Harrogate Town, bagged a brace each.
Along with Doherty, Lenny Pidgeley also made a return from injury after damaging a thigh in the days leading up to the trip to Morecambe just over two weeks ago.
City took the lead on 13 minutes when Chilaka’s header was flicked on by Christian Nanetti to leave Osborne with time to fire into the bottom corner.
Less than a minute later, Chilaka found the same bottom corner, although Pidgeley had to make three smart saves during the half.
They came from Jack Poulton, Jarrod Kyle and Jack Barnett, the latter being the best as he tipped over a stinging 20-yard strike.
Doherty gave way to apprentice Joe Mitchell at half-time, and good work by Robbie Threlfall on the hour teed up Chilaka for his second, scored from point-blank range.
Chilaka, who proved a handful for the Owls de-fence all evening, almost got a third five minutes later.
His far-post header squir-med through the legs of defender Matt Tumilty on the line but the referee waved play on and Osborne tapped the ball home from close range.
Jonathan Brown’s cross almost went in for number five, Threlfall was only denied by a wicked bobble and Nanetti twice fired just over before sub Darren Stephenson’s back-heel was hacked off the line.
City Reserves: Pidgeley, McGivern, Threlfall, Doherty (Mitchell HT), Robinson, Horne (captain), Brown, Bullock, Chilaka (Rowe 82), Osborne (Stephenson 74), Nanetti. Substitutes (not used): Elliitt, Flett.