No Show For Olunga's Side Vs Bayern Munich As Al-Duhail SC Suffers A Shock Defeat Against Al Ahly
By @Pmejja | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 9165 views
Michael Olunga is a Kenyan professional footballer. The goal poacher plays abroad for Qatar Champions Al-Duhail SC after he made a move from the Japanese side Kashiwa Reysol recently. In Japan Olunga was unstoppable in goal mouth as he helped Kashiwa Reysol to finish in top seven. He also won the Golden Boot and the Most Valuable Player award.
Yesterday night, Olunga's side Al-Duhail SC faced Al Ahly in Fifa World Club at Education City Stadium. It was a match that most fans expected Olunga to shine but it was never to be. Michael Olunga had a disappointing game and he was substituted in the 46th minutes as Muhammed Muntari took his place.
African Champions Al Ahly went ahead and won the match by one goal to nil. Hussein El Shahat scored the lone goal in the 30th minutes of the match. The winner is expected to face the European Champions Bayern Munich in the semi final.
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