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Osimhen Happy To Bag 8th League Goal In Belgium

Victor Osimhen is pleased to have scored his eighth league goal of the season for Sporting Charleroi in their Friday’s 2-0 home win over KAA Gent in a Belgian topflight division game, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.

The game was Osimhen’s 14th league game – his 16th in all competitions, this season.


Osimhen who played himself back into reckoning this season after a poor start in the German Bundesliga with his parent club Wolfsburg, shot his side into the lead in the 86th minute before Massimo Bruno wrapped up the win in stoppage time.

“On GOD only🙏🏽thank you JESUS for the win and the goal. Whole squad was on (fire)🔥 @SportCharleroi 🖤 ,” the Super Eagles youngster tweeted on his Twitter handle.

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The win moves Sporting Charleroi into sixth in the Belgian first division table with 30 points from 19 games.

Osimhen is on a season-long loan deal at Sporting Charleroi from Wolfsburg.

Sporting Charleroi will face Zulte Waragem in their next game.

By Johnny Edward

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  • Bomboy 3 years ago

    I am usually very hesitant to heap praise on these young lads at the early stage of their careers because they tend to disappoint later. But this boy seem to be different.

    Since he moved to Belgium on loan, he has been consistent. I hope he continues improving.

    We need a point man in the S. Eagles attack. We may have found our man in Osimhen

    • But you are never usually hesitant to heap praises on me….

      Thanks Bomboy, hope you are keeping well.

  • Small boy big goals.

  • Osimhen seems to have found his home. His talent has never been in doubt, he is doing well at Charleroi what he needs now is a full season of good performance

  • Sunnyb 3 years ago

    Guys pls don’t sleep on Kingsley Michael,I think the guy is ready for SE.

    • You guys should take it easy not everyone can be in SE.

      • Jones, you do have a point; the Super Eagles team can only accommodate as much as it can.

        I have always being of the view that it is premature to clamour for every player going through a purple patch to be automatically invited to the national team.

        In football, purple patches quickly turn out to be red herrings on occasions.

    • Kingsley Michael is doing well in Serie B. 4 (or 5)  man of the match performances in 12 games is impressive, but he has not been tested at the highest level yet.

      I would like to see him recalled to his club in Serie A (Bologna) first and see how he does with the under 20 or Under 23s before the Super Eagles. He normally plays right of mid field and st this time Chukwueze and Kalu are ahead of him and playing regularly in two of the best 5 leagues in the world.