Super Eagles striker Paul Ebere Onuachu is not relenting in the act of goalscoring as he was the highlight reel for Genk in the Belgian top flight.
It is a record equaling sixth victory in a row for KRC Genk as they demonstrated total dominance in their 5-1 victory over Cercle Brugge.
The lanky striker rose to the occasion in the 9th and 38th minutes respectively as the away team ran total riot over their opposition.
His goals were his team's first and fourth respectively with John van den Brom tutored side leading 4-1 at half time.
Paul Onuachu was substituted for his compatriot Cyriel Dessers in the 77th minute after Théo Bongonda was rewarded for his efforts with a hefty swipe from 25 meters to make it 5-1 four minutes earlier.
Onuachu is the leading goalscorer in the Belgian Jupiter Pro League with 12 goals in eleven appearances and the supporters of the Super Eagles are still contemplating on how he is getting it right in Europe but yet to blend at national team level.
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