Michael Olunga is a Kenyan soccer player. The great forward has been doing tremendously well for the national team Harambee Stars in the recent years. Olunga helped Harambee Stars to finish in position three in African Cup of Nations qualifiers a month ago. He also guided Stars to qualify for African Cup of Nations tournament in Cairo Egypt in 2019. He scored a brace against Tanzania in Group C.
Michael Olunga celebrating a goal with teammate. Photo/Courtesy/Twitter
Olunga has played abroad in different European Leagues for long. He hasn't disappointed. In Spain when he was turning out for Girona he used to give defenders hard times. At some point, he scored a hat trick against Las Palmas.
Olunga moved to the Japanese League whereby he turned out for Kashiwa Reysol. He proved unstoppable as he scored 29 goals in just 34 matches. He ended up winning the golden boot and the Most Valuable Player awards.
This year, Olunga moved to Qatar League champions Al-Duhail SC. He has started nine league matches for his club and scored six goals. All these indicate that he is still capable of playing and shining in any elite leagues in the world.
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