Super Eagles of Nigeria star Paul Ebere Onuachu continues his excellent performance for John van den Brom led Racing Genk football club of Belgium on Sunday evening, as he netted his goal number 15 of the season for the former Belgium Jupiler Pro League Champions.
The former FC Midtjylland football club of Denmark Striker has been impressive since joining the Belgium club last season, and he has been one of the best Strikers in Europe top leagues this season, as he has been able to score 15 goals to be ahead of others in the race for Belgium Pro League highest goal scorer this season.
Paul Onuachu was given a starting role in Racing Genk's attack by coach John van den Brom alongside Junya Ito and Theo Bongonda, and the Nigerian international was impressive as usual as he netted for his team in the 24th Minutes to take the lead before Aboubakary Koita equalized for the away team in the 45th minutes to end the first half 1-1.
Both teams tried all the best they could to score the winner in the second half, but all their efforts were not successful as the match ended 1-1.
Onuachu was superb for the home team, and his first half goal means he has scored the total number of 15 goals in Belgium Pro League this season, and his excellent performance made him to last 84th minutes on the pitch before he was substituted for his compatriot Cyriel Dessers.
The 1-1 draw against Waasland-Beveren has now taken Racing Genk to the second spot in the Belgium Pro League table with 35 points from 18 matches played.
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