Scoring goals week in week out is desirable but ask many players, they would tell you they also desire to win titles for their respective teams.
The game is billed for the Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussel on Sunday.
While most of his goals have come from the League, Onuachu has made his presence also count in the Cup competition; scoring twice in two appearances for the Smurfs in the competition this season.
Going into Sunday’s final, Genk can draw inspiration from their past successes having won the Belgian Cup six times in the past.
They last tasted success in the competition in the 2012/2013 season while they have also been runners-up twice.
John van den Brom’s men beat Anderlecht 2-1 in the semi-final.
Hopefully, Onuachu and his Genk teammates will be celebrating their seventh Belgian Club success this weekend!
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