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Belgian Jupiler: Onuachu On Target, Dessers Subbed On In Genk’s Home Win

Belgian Jupiler: Onuachu On Target, Dessers Subbed On In Genk’s Home Win

Paul Onuachu continued his impressive scoring form for Genk as he got on the score sheet in their 4-1 win against Mouscron, in the Belgian Jupiler on Sunday, Completesports.com reports.

Onuachu scored in the 63rd minute to put Genk 3-1 ahead.

He was then replaced by Cyriel Dessers with three minutes left in the game.

Mouscron had the taken the lead through Nuno Da Costa in the 34th minute.

Onuachu has now taken his goal tally for the season to 10 after 12 league appearances.

Also, he is joint top in the league’s scorers chart so far in the current campaign.

By James Agberebi 

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  • JimmyBall 7 months ago

    Paul Onuachu… the cat with nine lives. I will always be your fan. This is a good player and continues to show he knows his way to the goal. Onuachu’s problem could be attributed to the fact we have not really understood the perculiarities of players we have… and certainly are yet to fully know how to work with them, imagine being joint topscorer in his league… 10goals in 12games. Despite being given just twelve (12) minutes out of a possible 180 minutes home and away against Sierra Leone… Nigerians continue to pelt this guy with insults instead of supporting and encouraging him. I pray he moves to either Italy, France, Bundesliga or Laliga after doing so well this season! Something continues to stir deep inside of me that the day is coming soon when Nigerians will have to appreaciate and thank this guy… Continue to do well brother.

  • Kingston 7 months ago

    Nice one @jimmyball
    As a Nigerian Paul deserves our encouragement