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In-form Nigerian star nets 6th goal of the season for new club in their 2-1 comeback League victory

In-form Nigerian youngster Stephen Odey continues his impressive goal scoring form for Randers football club of Denmark on Sunday afternoon, as he scored another fine goal in their 2-1 comeback away League victory over OB Odense football club in the week 12 of Danish Superliga.

The former Mountain of Fire football club of Nigeria forward has been in superb form since joining the club on a season long loan deal in September, and he was able to extend his impressive performance for the club on Sunday.

Randers football club signed Stephen Odey from Belgium Pro League giants KRC Genk football club after failing to cement his spot in the team's first eleven, and he has been firing from all cylinders for his new club since then.

The former Zurich football club star had a remarkable loan spell at French Ligue 2 side Amiens football club last season, and his excellent performance for the club made him to be linked with a move to many European clubs before he was signed by Randers FC.

The Nigerian international opened his scoring chart for Randers football club with a brace against FC Nordsjaelland, he went on to score another brace against Amager FC, and he netted a goal against Brondby football club before scoring his 6th goal for the club against OB Odense football club on Sunday.

Second half goals from Nigerian Stephen Odey and Denmark star Vito Hammershoy-Mistrati were enough to give the away team a deserved victory, despite the fact that Mads Frokjaer netted a goal for the home team in the first half of the game.

The goal against OB Odense football club has now taken Stephen Odey's total number of goals for his new club to 6, in 6 matches played.

The Nigerian will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive goal scoring form when they play their next game in the UEFA Europa Conference League on Thursday.

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