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Pre-season: Dessers Scores Again As Genk Hold Lens

Pre-season: Dessers Scores Again As Genk Hold Lens

Cyriel Dessers was on target again for KRC Genk who played a 1-1 draw against French club Lens in a pre-season friendly game on Saturday, Completesports.com reports.

It was Dessers’ fourth goal in four games played for Genk since joining the Belgian topflight side from Dutch club Heracles.

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Dessers put Genk 1-0 up in the 44th minute from the penalty spot before Ignatius Ganago drew Lens level on 60 minutes.

He scored the only goal as Genk beat AZ Alkmaar 1-0 was among the goals in the 4-1 friendly win against Excelsior.

And was on the score sheet again in the 3-3 draw against Utrecht.

By James Agberebi 

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  • Vitalis 4 years ago

    Goal machine, keep the fire burning

  • Ikeben 4 years ago

    This man is not smiling. And his consistency will definitely take him to the top. Even in Super Eagles, if Osimhen is not careful, several guys are eager to overthrow him from our no. 9.
    With Kelechi back to form
    Sadiq,Simmy, Desser banging goals left right and center and all getting the attention of coach Rohr, then next season can be the real battle for supremacy.

    Kelechi cannot afford to remain backup to Vardy in Leicester city, if he wants to remain relevant to Supper Eagles. The competition is tight, no room for bench warmers or backup strikers.
    Simmy was dropped from SE, after his team was relegated, now he is back to top flight wants to prove a point, that he has what it takes to be the main man. And as God will have it, him and Victor are now in the same league. So their rivalry will begin from Italy.
    Kelechi has a point to prove that his exploits in U-17 world cup and mancity is no fluke.
    Sadiq also needs to prove he is not a one season wonder, and not only meant for the small stream. He has to first get to a bigger club. And now he is not lacking suitors.
    But i think one of the most consistent is the Oyinbo boy, Dessers, he wants to take his place among the great in Super Eagles. And he is hitting the target on every match. Going by his present season form, will easily bench Onuachu in club, then in country.

    These kind of stiff competition makes for a better SE. Thanks to Rohr for this new era.

    • Dr. Drey 4 years ago

      ….and one cry baby is there making excuses that “club form doesnt not translate to inviation to SE…Rohr already has his 1st XI…” bla bla bla. LMAO
      Our elders will say the lazy workman will always blame his tool…Lolz

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