Nigeria Super Eagles Star Paul Ebere Onuachu has been making waves in all competition for his team, and International Level, as he scored again in his Racing Genk 3-2, helping his team when he was needed the most. His goal helped his team to secure three points against Royal Antwerp Fc.
The 26-Year-old KRC Genk forward has proved once again why he should be considered as Nigeria international team Permanent Striker for Nigeria Next tournament after his superb performance against Royal Antwerp.
The Super Eagles Star scored a crucial goal which drew the game leveled, in the 73rd minutes of the game before their Midfielder Bogonda scored his second goal of the game, to make it 3-2.
Paul Onuachu has really taking his game to the next level, as his performances only shows that he's a top player, and will be a great signing for top clubs in the Europe's Top 5 League.
Since he pick of form he hasn't been exceeded from the Line Up as he's become a regular starter, for this season alone he has scored 32 goals in all competition, what a great feat for the young footballer.
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