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Onyekuru Bags Second Galatasaray Goal In Win Vs Club Africain

Onyekuru Bags Second Galatasaray Goal In Win Vs Club Africain

By Adeboye Amosu:
Super Eagles forward Henry Onyekuru scored his second pre-season goal for Turkish champions, Galatasaray in their 1-0 win against Club Africain at the Olympic Stadium, Rades on Saturday, reports Completesportsnigeria.com.

Onyekuru who joined the fray in the start of the second half for Algerian midfielder Sofiane Feghouli netted the winning goal in third minute of added time.

Fellow substitute Sinas Yunus set up the Nigerian who applied the finish following a flowing move.

He has now featured in four pre-season games for Galatasaray with one start.

Onyekuru provided an assist in Galatasary’s 3-0 win against Sakaryaspor on Thursday.

It was second time he will winning a game in the colours of Galatasaray.

His first two games against Valencia and PSV Eindhoven ended in defeats.

The striker is on loan at Galatasaray from English Premier League side, Everton.

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  • Balorx 3 years ago

    that my nigga akways scoring goals……. 200% better than iheanacho+nwakali combined. argue with ur data

  • Ayphillydegreat 3 years ago

    He sure should be walking into the SuperEagles with the form he’s shown over the last couple of seasons albeit in Belgium and now Turkey. However, the fact that he plays for Galatasaray and had flourished for Anderlecht while on the books of premier league club Everton, makes him a sure bet for the SuperEagles. I can only put him in the same level as Iheanacho definitely not better. Until he scores 8 goals for the SuperEagles.

  • @Ayphillygegreat, exactly, @ balorx he’s definitely better than ighalo but as for iheanacho they are probably equal with iheanacho slightly better due to he has more physicality. Iheanacho is still one of our best, every player will have bad days!! I still don’t why rohr didn’t still give onyekuru a chance to prove his fitness in camp, it may not have mattered anyway just like he wasted iwobi’s presence at the world cup by barely using him, when he’s been clearly one of our main goal threats, he may have done the same to onyekuru.