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Belgium: Onuachu Scores As Genk Beat Kortrijk

Belgium: Onuachu Scores As Genk Beat Kortrijk

Paul Onuachu was on target as Genk rallied back to beat Kortrijk 2-1 in their Belgian Pro League clash at the Guldensporenstadion on Saturday night, reports Completesports.com.

The hosts took the lead through Teddy Chevallier in the 18th minute.

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Onuachu equalised for Genk in the 52nd minute.

It was the Nigeria international’s first league goal of the campaign and his second in four appearances across all competitions for the Smurfs this season.

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He was replaced his international teammate Cyriel Dessers three minutes from time.

Daniel Munoz netted the winning goal for the visitors in the second minute of injury time.

Genk will now shift attention to their UEFA Champions League third qualifying round second leg clash against Ukranian champions Shakhtar Donetsk on Tuesday.

John van de Brom’s side lost the first leg 2-1 at home.

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COMMENTS

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  • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

    …. And here we go again!

    Great game Paul. Continue to do your thing, you are destined for greatness!

     
  • Footballfanatic 2 months ago

    It’s kinda odd that top teams are not jostling for a 30 something goal a season striker…….. something is not right. I guess the teams are not really convinced or a bad agent.

     
    • Obi Ifediora 2 months ago

      Bro, it’s so many factors.
      He’s Black, he’s African. I live in Canada bro, Racism dey whether you like am or not. Dem don call you black monkey before?

       
      • Honestly 2 months ago

        Exactly! If he was a European or South American all the big clubs would be falling on top of themselves to sign him.