Super Eagles of Nigeria striker Paul Ebere Onuachu has received his Ebony Shoe Award from the Belgium Pro League, after guiding KRC Genk football club to a remarkable 1-0 victory over Anderlecht FC on Sunday evening.
The former FC Midtjylland of Denmark star had a remarkable 2020/2021 season with KRC Genk, as he netted the total number of 32 League goals for the club.
Onuachu's excellent performance for Genk football club made him to win the Belgium Pro League golden boot popularly known as the Ebony Shoe Award, and he has finally received it from the league authority.
Onuachu was given another starting role by his coach against Anderlecht football club and he was able to play a vital role in the team's deserved victory over their rival.
The Nigerian international was given a standing ovation by the club's fans after he was given the Ebony Shoe Award for his outstanding performance for his club last season.
Reacting after Paul Onuachu received the Ebony Shoe Award, KRC Genk posted his picture on their Instagram story with the caption of;
"Paul Onuachu with the Ebony Shoe."
Congratulations to Paul Ebere Onuachu on his award.
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