Super Eagles of Nigeria midfield maestro, Frank Onyeka was in action for Brentford on Tuesday night in the 3rd round of their EFL Cup game against Oldham Athletic at the Brentford Community Stadium.
The Nigerian star was handed a role to play in his team's starting XI following his incredible performance for the club in their previous game and he was able to shine.
The former FC Midtjylland star was at the heart of the midfield for the Bees as he contributed his quota which was instrumental in the massive seven goals to nil scoreline of the night.
Marcus Forss gave his side a double lead as he scored two straight goals in the 3rd and 16th minutes respectively to make it two goals to nil, before Yoane Wissa made it three in the 38th minute.
The host in the 43rd minute extended their lead with an own-goal scored by Raphael Diarra as he put the ball into his own net to make it four goals to nil, before Marcus Forss got his hat-trick of the night in the 44th minute to make it five goals to nil going into the half time break.
In the second half of the game, Marcus Forss got his fourth of the night to make it six in the 60th minute before Yoane Wissa got his brace in the 87th minute to make it seven massive goals to nil at full time.
The win for Brentford has now booked a spot for them in the next round of the competition with the optimism to keep the winning streaks going.
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