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Onuachu Bags Hat-trick In Genk’s 5-0 Home Win

Onuachu Bags Hat-trick In Genk’s 5-0 Home Win

Paul Onuachu netted a hat-trick for Genk who hammered Eupen 5-0 in Sunday’s Belgian Jupiler fixture.

The game ended Genk’s run of three consecutive games without a win (two defeats and one draw).


Onuachu opened scoring from the penalty spot in the 11th minute before making it 2-0 also from the spot in the third minute of first half added time.

And in the 79th minute he completed his hat-trick to make it 5-0 to Genk.


Onuachu now has 19 goals in 28 league games for the Belgian outfit this season.

He currently sits in third place in the top scorers chart and six goals behind first.

The win saw Genk, in 48 points, maintain eight place which is the UEFA Europa League Play-off spot.

By James Agberebi

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  • JimmyBall 4 months ago

    Goaldemon… at his evil best! Paulo… no mind Nigeria. You for just punch Ghana one but them say you no good… only in Nigeria. People won’t know it was our midfield that failed us.

    • True @Jimmyball, Nigeria’s midfield is the weakest link of the SE. We lost the WC qualifier’s because we were weak and lack a dependable attacking and defensive midfielders.

      It was neither because of tactics nor the failings of the coaching crew. The next SE coach should look around for better midfielders and blend Akin Amoo to be the Attacking midfuelder with ball spreading and distribution skills along with his dribbling and fast movement capabilities.

  • Why telling us? What is the essence?

  • Heligad Cyprian 4 months ago

    Gun men set Orsu LGA, Imo on fire, destroying official cars, administrative blocks and the football pitch donated by Paul Onuchu.

  • Ali Gafaiz 4 months ago

    Probably they want a new federation and they don’t their is strength in unity.

  • Harenta 4 months ago

    Poor Onuachu. Even if they want their federation is that why they have to destroy the local government areas?

  • Chima E Samuels 4 months ago

    If all of you like score 50 goals, you’ll sit down watching your senior colleagues on DSTV or FireStick in Qatar fighting for Greatness. Nigeria players are lazy Bhuari was right.