Super Eagles of Nigeria dazzler, Paul Onuachu was in action yesterday for John van den Brom's Genk football team against Vincent Kompany led Anderlecht team at the Lotto Park, in their 4th game in the Championship Group of the Jupiler League.
The Super Eagles prolific and versatile forward has been incredible for his team this season with his high scoring prowess, having been firing from all cylinders for both club and country.
He was yet again given a role in the starting XI by the visitor of the night following his outstanding performance for the club, as he retained his spot upfront for the visiting team.
He was able to impress yet again as he was able to net a goal that inspired his team to the well deserved victory over the host of the night with a two goals to one scoreline, and as such extended his league goal tally of the season to 33 goals.
The Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu opened the scoring sheet in the 16th minutes to make it one nil before Lukas Nmecha levelled up for the host in the 31st minutes, to make it 1-1 going into the break.
With several attempts from both sides to add more to the tally of the game, all were not successful until the 86th minutes when another Nigerian star, Cyriel Dessers got the winner for KRC Genk to end the game two goals to one at full time.
The win for the visitor means they now sit at the second spot with 38 points, and as such be hoping to keep their winning streaks going having bounced back from their last disappointing 1-1 draw against the same opponent.
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