The European football governing body popularly known as UEFA has reacted after Super Eagles of Nigeria prospect Arnaut Danjuma netted a brace for Spanish Laliga Santander giants Villarreal football club, in their remarkable 2-0 victory over Real Betis FC on Sunday night.
The Lagos-born striker continues his excellent performance for the Yellow Submarine team, as he guided them to a convincing home victory against their opponent.
Coach Unai Emery decided to give the former AFC Bournemouth star another starting role, following his Man of the match display against Manchester United football club in the UEFA Champions League on Wednesday, and he was able to impress again.
The Nigerian opened scoring for his team in the 45th minutes and he scored his second goal of the game in the 69th minutes via an assist from Moi Gomez to end the match 2-0.
With Arnaut Danjuma's brace against Real Betis FC, it means he has scored five goals in 8 matches played for Villarreal FC in all competitions this season.
Reacting after Arnaut Danjuma netted a brace in Villarreal FC 2-0 victory over Real Betis FC, UEFA posted on their verified Twitter handle that;
"Five goals in eight games this season for Arnaut Danjuma. 🎯
The summer signing is Villarreal's top scorer this term 👍."
Arnaut Danjuma will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the Yellow Submarine club when the international break is over.
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