The Nigeria ahead continued his wonderful goalscoring run within the Belgian top-flight on Thursday evening
Paul Onuachu scored his 20th aim within the Belgian First Division A as Genk settled for a 1-1 draw in opposition to Gent.
After failing to attain in Genk’s 2-Zero loss to Royal Excel Mouscron on Saturday, the 26-year-old returned to the rating sheet with the opening aim on the Luminus Area within the seventh minute.
He benefitted from Theo Bongonda’s help however his opener was short-lived as Roman Yaremchuk drew Gent stage within the stoppage-time of the first-half.
Onuachu’s 20th aim on his 21st league outing of the season stretched his dominance at prime of the First Division A scorers’ chart.
The Nigeria worldwide, nevertheless, didn’t final lengthy on the pitch as he was changed within the 31st minute whereas his compatriot Cyril Dessers and Ivory Coast‘s Eboue Kouassi had been launched as 85th-minute substitutes.
Additionally in motion on the Luminus Area had been Cameroon‘s Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui, Angola’s Nurio Fortuna, Gambia’s Sulayman Marreh, Ivory Coast’s Anderson Niangbo and Ghana‘s Osman Bukari who all featured for Gent.
Genk stay second within the Belgian top-flight desk regardless of the draw with 39 factors from 22 video games, however they path leaders Club Brugge by 9 factors whereas Gent are 13th within the standings with 27 factors.
Subsequent up for Onuachu and Dessers’ Genk is a league journey to Membership Brugge on Sunday after which they host Zulte-Waregem on the Luminus Area on January 27.