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Onuachu Ends Goal Drought As Genk Halt Winless Run

Onuachu Ends Goal Drought As Genk Halt Winless Run

Paul Onuachu ended his goal drought as he helped struggling Genk beat Sporting Charleroi, in the Belgian Jupiler on Thursday.

The last time Onuachu scored was October 31st 2021, in Genk’s 6-2 win at Zulte Waregem, after then he went seven consecutive games without scoring.

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It was his 11th goal in 17 league appearances for Genk so far in this current campaign.

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Also, it was Genk’s first win since November 11 as prior to Thursday’s game against Charleroi they were winless in seven straight games.

Onuachu got on the score sheet in the 35th minute to draw his side level.

He was later taken off with nine minutes remaining in the game.

By James Agberebi 

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 5
  • This guy can only get better and better. I wish he get a good offer next season.

     
  • Chukwuma 5 months ago

    How can it be his first goal since 31st December? So the drought is over a year?

     
  • Igbekun Abo 5 months ago

    Onuachu Nigeria’s Batistuta! Carry go my brother. Our prayers were solidly behind you at your time of difficulty. The heavens have opened and the goals are here again. They call you Onwubukire but we call you Nigeria’s answer to Didier Drogba. You will go places. Heaven bless all deserving Super Eagles players.

     
  • Francis Eluba 5 months ago

    Onuachu, a superb striker any day. Only that the formation played by his coach hasn’t be favorable for him to keep scoring those Wonder goals. I hope he gets an invite from Coach Eguavoen to further compete for a place in Afcon. Good luck Onuachu, God bless Nigeria.