In-form Nigerian youngster Gift Emmanuel Orban continued his impressive goal scoring form for Gent football club of Belgium on Saturday night, as he scored a stunning goal in their 2-2 draw against Cercle Brugge football club, to take his total number of goals to 20.
The 20-year-old has been fantastic for Gent football club since joining them in the January transfer window, and he was able to perform excellently again on Saturday night, as he scored a classic goal for the club.
The Nigerian star started in Gent football club's attack alongside Belgium national team star Hugo Cuypers and the duo were outstanding in the game.
Togo national team star Kevin Denkey broke the deadlock for the away team in the 18th minute after receiving an assist from Thibo Somers to end the first half 1-0.
Nigerian Gift Emmanuel Orban equalized for the home team in the 49th minute, and Ayase Ueda made it 2-1 via a penalty kick in the 70th minute, before Hugo Cuypers equalized for the home team in the 85th minute to end the match in a 2-2 draw.
Gift Emmanuel Orban was fantastic for Gent football club throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able to mark his brilliant display with a stunning goal.
The goal against Cercle Brugge football club has now taken Gift Emmanuel Orban's total number of goals for Gent football club in all competitions to 20 since joining them in the January transfer window, and he will be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance when they play their next game.
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