With the FIFA international break already off, a number of top European leagues resumed their club football over the past weekend from which a number of footballers were in action.In the Scottish Premiership, Kenya national team striker Jonah Ayunga was in action as his club St Mirren secured a 2-1 win over Livingston.
Despite guiding St Mirren to this vital win, Ayunga did not play in the entire match after receiving a red card in the 76th minute after a professional foul.St Mirren had opened the scoring in the 69th minute through Keanu Baccus after which Bruce Anderson netted the equalizer for Livingston in the 86th minute Alex Greive's winner in the 90th minute.
This win left Ayunga's St Mirren at the third position on the Scottish Premiership league table with 15 points from 8 matches, 6 points behind leaders Celtic.Do you think that Ayunga is capable of guiding St Mirren to one of the three UEFA continental tournaments come the end of the season? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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