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Onuachu Bangs Goal No 25 To Continue Impressive Scoring Form In Belgium

Onuachu Bangs Goal No 25 To Continue Impressive Scoring Form In Belgium

Paul Onuachu continued his impressive scoring form in the Belgian Pro League as Genk defeated OH Leuven 3-2 away on Monday afternoon, reports Completesports.com.

The forward scored Genk’s third goal of the thrilling encounter in the 83rd minute.

The 26-year-old was replaced by his international teammate Cyril Dessers a minute from time.

Onuachu has now scored 25 goals in 31 league appearances for Genk this season.

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He has thus remained on course to becoming the third Nigerian star to top the goals charts in Belgium after Tosin Dosunmu and Joseph Akpala.

Dosunmu top-scored in the Belgian league with 18 goals for Germinal Beerschot in the 2005/06 season and two seasons later, compatriot Akpala matched the same tally as well as achievement while featuring for Sporting Charleroi.

John van den Brom’s side occupy third position on the table with 53 points from 32 games.

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  • Richie 4 months ago

    This man……FLAMES!

     
  • Obidee 4 months ago

    Goals number 28 in all competition for Genk

     
  • Ugwudede 4 months ago

    What is wrong with complete sports, every day one writing error or the other. Pls always check ur facts well before posting. This I goal no 26 for Onuachi Paul. Weldone boy. Keep flying high and overtake 30 goals mark

     
  • Dr. Drey 4 months ago

    This man is unstoppable. 3 goals in his last 3 outings for both club and country.

    Making those e-herdsmen eat the humble pie on the daily.

    I wonder what the new hate laden critism would be this time.. “yeah, Onuachu only scores dying minute goals”

    Well Paul, you pass them, you are blessed beyond measures.

     
    • Dr. Drey 4 months ago

      Hahahaha….e-herdsmen indeed….LMAO. coming from a racist fool and e-diot who is so ashamed of himself and has been forced to become a pathetic impostor bcos Rohr the white PE teacher has rubbed his mouth in cow dungs again and again….LMAO. My name is so legendary he has to use it to have a little voice on this forum….LMAO

      Unfortunately with 50 goals in Belgium, Pualo is still trying to tie down no 2 CF position in SE….LMAO…. despite starting the journey at the same time with his younger brother’s mate Victor “the beast” Osimhen….LMAO. The fear of Sadiq Umar has become the beginning of wisdom….LMAO. SE nor be anybody papa farmland wey we go come change our national anthem for them to be able to trap ball…. LMAO.
      Congrats again to Onuachu….I hope Real Madrid and Juventus can also splash €80m on his by the end of this season the same way one team splashed 80m on “the beast” for scoring just 18 goals.
      Striker pass striker….LMAO

       
      • Prof. Tamuno Offiali 4 months ago

        From a respected Belgian publication…

        “Everyone knows that Genk’s giant is a goal getter. Against OHL, he took care of the redeeming 1-3 in the final phase with number 28 (!) of the competition. He did it in style: feigning, cutting out his guard and finishing with his weaker left foot.”

        The analysis continued: “The disadvantage was that the Nigeria striker had already missed two or three excellent opportunities. Is that why he played a lesser match? No, because Onuachu showed once again that he is much more than the man with the goals.

        “Even more than usual, Onuachu was the pivot against OHL. Almost unbeatable in the duels, even in the direct duels against Ngawa, by no means a choirboy. It was also striking how often Onuachu could be played in or around the box today.”

        The publication further analysed: “Onuachu started out as a midfielder and it showed. De Gouden Stier has an excellent overview. On Monday he also shifted the game appropriately. With 86% accuracy of the passes, the Nigerian was more than decent. Although it remains to be careful for the Nigerian not to take on too much hay.

        “A sprinting Onuachu looks stiff, but he is by no means slow. Just ask OHL defender Jemelka, who was completely outran by Onuachu in the second half.”

         
  • pompei 4 months ago

    The mask – SOMEBODY STOP ME!
    Onuachu – HOLD MY BEER.
    Onu-Goal! Onu-Goal!! Onu-Gooooooaaaaaaal!!!
    This guy will score if you wake him up from sleep. Onu-Goal just can’t stop scoring, even if you put a gun to his head. Let me borrow this expression from Fabio Lanipekun:
    “Onu-Goal has gone GOALS CRAZY”.
    Goal bonkers. Goal bananas.
    It has gotten to the point where perhaps he needs to see a shrink or some other specialist for his goal disease. Onu-Goal is suffering from GOALUS SCORE-ASIS.
    A disease that makes the sufferer obsessed with goals. Goal Mania. Long may this “sickness” continue!
    But alas, in football as in life, no condition is permanent. Eventually, this goalscoring streak will decrease. The net will stop shaking as frequently as it is currently. It happens to even the best of strikers. So when it happens, what next?
    Onu-Goal can borrow a leaf from Osimhen, who has become almost unbenchable because of his overall contribution. Good to see that he is improving in this area. He now fights harder for the ball, uses his height and physical strength to disturb defenders, helps the team to defend from the front. If he can also add freekicks to his already impressive arsenal, that will add another interesting dimension to his game.
    Coaches and defenders across the globe are taking note of this Nigerian scoring menace. So to stay ahead of the curve, Onu-Goal must continue to keep his head down and work even harder. That is what the best do.

     
  • Ako AMADI 4 months ago

    Onuachu is playing basketball and not football. Many have lost count of his goals

     
  • GLORY 4 months ago

    The longer the game, the longer the league stays, the longer the pass, Longinus Onuachu scores and no longer he drops down by the shorter man to make number of goals shorter. Lolzz