Giant striker Onuachu again came up big for his Belgian club at a time they needed a win after a difficult start to the new campaign that has cost them the head of their coach.
Kalu has put behind him the setback of a positive Coronavirus test before the season kicked off to score his first goal for Bordeaux in a 2-1 loss at RC Lens. This will most certainly shore up his confidence after rabid speculations he is on his way out of the Ligue 1 club because he is surplus to requirements.
The former Flying Eagles striker came off the bench to nick his first-ever goal as a professional for Banik Ostrava to win 3-0 in the Czech league. This is the time to fulfill the potentials he first showed at 36 Lion FC of Lagos. Banik are now ninth on the table with five points from four matches.
The 24-year-old striker delivered a goal and an assist in Slavia Prague 5-1 victory over Teplice in the Czech league. It was a good way to open his goals account for the season as his club stay within striking distance of table toppers Sparta Prague.
The Super Eagles forward inspired FC Nantes to come back and draw 2-2 at Saint Etienne courtesy of his first goal of the season in France. He coolly finished off a flowing attack that started from the right flank. His direct play caught the eye to show he has bedded in nicely in Ligue 1 after a rather difficult time adapting to La Liga with UD Levante.
Big striker Paul Onuachu has now scored four goals for KRC Genk following his brace against Mechelen to make him one of the leading scorers in Belgium. Genk won 3-1 to record an important victory. ‘Big Paul’ was the team’s leading scorer last season with nine goals in the league and it again looks like he is poised to do the business this season.