Michael Olunga continued his fine fo in the Asian Champions League as he scored one again for his club Al Duhail. However the goal wasn't enough to rescue a point for the club as they lost 2 -1 to Al Shorta from Iraq.
The Harambee Stars skipper is now 7 goals ahead in the race for the golden boat, with his goal scoring opportunities not seeming to come to an end , any time soon.
Al Duhail are now 2nd on the table with 8 points and level on points with 1st placed Esteghlal Fc and 3rd placed Al Ahli Sc. The winner of the group automatically qualifies for the knock out stages, with the second team qualifying for the ranking of second placed teams, where the first 6 second placed teams qualify for the knock out stages.
Al Duhail is left with one match to play against Al Ahli SC which will determy where they will finish at the end of the events. The match will be played on 30th April, at 11:15 pm EAT.
As usual, Kenyans stood with their hero on social media, heaping praises for his goal scoring techniques and wishing him victory in the golden boot.
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