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Onuachu’s Goal Drought Continues As Bottom Club Southampton Lose At West Ham

Onuachu’s Goal Drought Continues As Bottom Club Southampton Lose At West Ham

Paul Onuachu’s goals drought since coming to the Premier League continues as bottom club Southampton lost 1-0 to West Ham on Sunday.

Onuachu has now failed to score in seven Premier League games for relegation threatened Saints.

The former Genk striker came off the bench to replace Theo Walcott in the 72nd minute, but could not help his side get anything from the game.

His Nigerian teammate Joe Aribo, whose last league action was in February 11, was an unused substitute against the Hammers.

David Moyes’ men took the lead on 25 minutes as Thilo Kehrer sent the ball into the box where Nayef Aguerd rose highest to head home the opener.

Southampton have failed to win their last four games, drawing two and losing two.

They are in 20th spot on 23 points in the league table and are three points from safety.

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  • Oakfield 1 year ago

    Nigerian players always falter whenever they move to the premiership. The same could be said for some other African players. I really don’t know why. I think any Nigerian player thinking of going to the premiership should think twice. I doubt if osimhen would continue with his scoring form if he ever moves to the premiership eventually. He needs to move elsewhere (spain, france, or germany) to avoid the badluck following nigerian players in the premiership.

  • Patrick 1 year ago

    The coach of super eagles must stop the Invitation of players that are currently not doing well in thier various clubs such as onuachu. Invitation to national team must be based on competence, current form and the need to address the inadequacies of the team such as the absence of a creative midfielder that can also act as a play maker and a good goal keeper. It is when these issues and the issue of football administration and a good coach are addressed that you can talk abut winning afcon.

  • Footballfanatic 1 year ago

    As it stands now Leicester, Everton, and Southampton occupy the 3 relegation spots with like 10 games or so to go….2 of these 3 clubs might go down.

  • Goal drought? How many minutes of football has Onuachu played in England? Nobody scores goals sitting on the bench

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