Harambee Stars left-back defender Eric Marcelo Ouma made a stunning run from halfway line all through to round off the scoring with a solo goal as AIK cruised past the IFK Goteborg 3-1 in the Swedish top-flight league yesterday night at Arena Stadium
The win moved them to the top of the table standings with 40 points after playing 19 games. But one thing that left thousands of fans talking is the sensational goal Ouma scored. Many of them urged him not to move away.
Mathias Johansson @mathis1973. Outstanding performance. You slaughtered Goteborg today on the pitch. Kindly don't leave to any club.
In my view, Ouma's performance shows that he is fit and can play in the top leagues of the world like the English Premier League(EPL).
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