Super Eagles of Nigeria star Cyriel Dessers came from the bench again to score another fine goal for Racing Genk football club of Belgium on Thursday evening, in their remarkable 4-0 victory over Royal Antwerp FC, in the Belgium Pro League.
The Nigerian international who was on target against Anderlecht FC in their last game was able to score again after being introduced to the pitch.
Coach John van den Brom dropped the Nigerian star to the bench again for his compatriot Paul Onuachu despite netting in the last goal, but he was introduced in the second half, and he was outstanding after coming in.
Kristian Thorstvedt's hat-trick has earlier given Racing Genk FC 3-0 lead, before substitute Super Eagles star Cyriel Dessers scored the last goal of the game in the 77th minutes, to give the host 4-0 victory.
Cyriel Dessers was exceptional for Club Brugge football club after being introduced in the second half, and he was able to net a classic goal, to guide his team to a comfortable victory over their League rival.
Cyriel Dessers will now be looking forward to building on his Impressive performance when they play their next game this weekend.
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