Emmnauel Dennis and his fellow Nigerian David Okereke have officially won the Belgian Pro League title with Club Brugge after the league board decided to end the season early on Friday, reports Completesports.com.
The Pro League board of directors ratified the decision made on April 2 recommending the season should be halted in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Club Brugge were runaway leaders of the league with 70 points from 29 matches with a match to the end of the regular season.
Dennis, who has now two league titles with Brugge, scored five goals in 20 league appearances for the club.
The 22-year-old won his first title with the club in the 2017/2018 season.
His international teammate, Okereke, who linked up with Brugge from Italia Serie B outfit, Spezia last summer scored nine goals in 22 appearances.
Former champions KRC Genk finished seventh and have Paul Onuachu and Stephen Odey on their books.
KV Kortrijk, who parade three Nigeria stars – Terem Moffi, Aduljaleel Ajagun and Ezekiel Imoh – were placed in 11th place on the table.
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