African continent has produced many talents that has made it to greater levels. For instance, in terms of football and athletics, the continent at large is blessed for having produced talented people.
Mohamed Salah who is the winger forward player for Egypt national team and currently plays for Liverpool, has set several records in his football career.
Well, yesterday one of his continental records was broken by Gift Orban who currently plays for Gent.
On March 15, while playing Istanbul Başakşehir on the road in the 16th round of the UEFA Europa Conference League, he tallied three goals in a 4-1 victory. Mohammed Salah's previous mark of six minutes and twelve seconds, set in the UEFA club competitions during Liverpool and Rangers' match, was broken by the hat-trick, which was completed in three minutes and 25 seconds.
Orban scored the three goals at the 31st, 32nd and at the 34th minutes. He now keeps the record. What can you say about this. Drop your comment in the comment section below.
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