Good News: Super Eagles Striker Recovers from Coronavirus
By ZephaniahBethelKalu | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Good news has come the way of Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu as he has been declared free of coronavirus. The Genk of Belgium striker was confirmed to have the virus after tests were carried out on members of the team, including on former MFM striker, Stephen Odey
Onuachu's tests came back negative and the tall striker is ready to return to training with the rest of his team mates.
The 26 year old former Midjtylland striker has scored 8 goals in 20 games for the Belgian Club. Onuachu scored 52 goals in 135 appearances for Midjtylland of Denmark.
Onuachu has made 6 appearances for the Super Eagles under coach Gernot Rohr and has scored one goal. His goal came in a high profile friendly against the Pharaohs of Egypt, scoring one the quickest goals ever scored by a Super Eagles player. He was also at the 2019 African Cup of Nations where the Super Eagles won bronze
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