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Onuachu Speaks On Missing Belgian League Goals Record

Onuachu Speaks On  Missing Belgian League Goals Record

Paul Onuachu has reacted to missing out on the goals record in the Belgian Pro League, repirts Completesports.com.

Onuachu finished the season on 29 goals after hitting a brace in Genk’s 3-2 away defeat to Royal Antwerp on Saturday.

The Nigeria international came a goal shot of the record set by Wesley Sonck.

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The 28-year-old also claimed he did not play to equal the record against Antwerp.

“I was not doing that at all today (Saturday),” he told Het Belang Van Limburg .

“I played for the team and tried to use my qualities for them.

“By getting two goals that worked well. Unfortunately it was not enough for a win and second place (for Genk).”

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  • Obidee 3 years ago

    Whether record or not u re already there

  • Collins id 3 years ago

    You are splendid. You did more than our expectations and I am happy you are gradually bringing it to the national team lebron onuachu james scoring goals like basketball.

  • Greenturf 3 years ago

    You have exceeded expectations already in a season many Nigerian forwards flourished and made us proud as a nation.We never had it this good,i hope other departments of the team improve just like our strikers.
    Records are there to be broken it’s a shame you got pulled out early in the second half,who knows if you had played for the duration of the game you may have achieved your goal but never mind you had a great season and I’m sure you have just bought yourself a ticket to stardom.
    Hopefully,you will be in a top European team in the coming season.
    Congratulations for scoring 29 league goals it’s a great number!

  • JimmyBall 3 years ago

    Why the coach did not let him play on and took him out as early as 66th minute baffles me…

  • glory 3 years ago

    Everyone can have a walk in the park but in scoring 29 goals, the quintessential seperates. You have done well goaleador Onuachu. But please not yet time to close curtains on arrival, still loads of grey areas to polish. Late Yekini Yeking was just how to do it. He got more and more incrementally dangerous as the years roll by in his football career. You and others belting opponenets’ net with goals can do even more. JUST WHAT I WISH YOU ALL AS YOU GUYS CONTINUE TO MAKE NIGERIAN SOCCER FANS PROUD. GOD BLESS.

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