Kenyan international and former Gor Mahia striker Michael Olunga scored five goals after coming on as a substitute in second half to help his club Al-Duhail of Qatar to win a league match 5-0. The striker came on in the 46th minute as a second half substitute when the game was tied at 0-0.
Michael Olunga bagged all the five goals in 24 minutes as Al-Duhail ran 5-0 winners over Al Sailiya in a Qatari Stars League game staged on Sunday evening. The Kenyan international showing to the world once again how deadly he can turn in front of goal.
This was Michael Olunga's return from Injury where he has been sidelined for a while. He marked his return from Injury by scoring 5 goal. Michael Olunga equalled Robert Lewandoski's feat of scoring five goals as a second half substitute. Though Lewandoski's goals came in Just nine minutes.
Michael Olunga was recently appointed as Harambee Stars Captain after former Stars Coach Ghost Mulei omitted Victor Wanyama. Star's new coach engin Frit may stick with Olunga as the Harambee Stars Captain.
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