Super Eagles of Nigeria prospect Arnaut Danjuma was the hero for Spanish Laliga Santander giants Villarreal football club on Sunday evening, as he netted a brace to guide them to a remarkable 2-0 victory over Real Betis FC.
The former AFC Bournemouth star was given another starting role by coach Unai Emery, following his outstanding performance for the club in the UEFA Champions League against Manchester United FC on Wednesday, and he was able to impress again.
Arnaut Danjuma started in home team's attacking midfield alongside Francis Coquelin and Manu Trigueros and the trio were exceptional in the game.
The Lagos-born striker opened scoring for the home team in the 45th minutes through an assist from Francis Coquelin to end the first half 1-0.
The 24 years old doubled the lead in the 69th minutes through an assist from Moi Gomez to end the match 2-1.
Arnaut Danjuma was impressive for the home team throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a brace.
The victory over Real Betis football club has now taken Villarreal football club to the 11th spot of the Spanish Laliga Santander table with 11 points from 7 matches played.
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