Super Eagles most recent invitee Henry Onyekuru proceeded with his goal scoring form on Saturday with a double as his side Eupen went down 3-2 to Roeselare in a Belgian First Division A Group B playoffs at Stadion Schiervelde.
The Belgian side trailing their host by three goals Onyekuru scored twice in two minutes but he may have abandoned it late as Roeselare opposed a late invasion to win 3-2.
Meanwhile, Nigeria U23 player , Savior Godwin goal put Roeselare ahead following eight minutes before Brouwers made it 2-0 in the last two minutes of the first 45 minute.
With the start of the second half, Eupen offered nothing in imperviousness to the host’s attacking assault and were 3-0 down as Zolotić associated with Lépicier’s ball to jab home past Niasse.
Onyekuru who has now scored 24 goals struck from the spot to lessen the shortfall before locking on to Brüls’ to smash past Coppens on the stroke of full-time to bring about nervousness in the stands but his double was just a comfort as Savior Godwin and his Roeselare colleague battled energetically to secure three points.
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