Fired Up Michael Olunga Scores Again For His New Club AlDuhail S.C
By MashHenry | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 3720 views
Michael Olunga who joined AlDuhail S.C in January from Japan's Kashiwa Reysol scored today for his club against Al Rayyan in Qatar League.
Michael Olunga scored in the seventy fourth minute. His goal was the second for his club in that match. The match ended 2-0 in favor of AlDuhail S.C. The first goal was scored by Mohammed at 34th minute.
In late January Olunga scored a hat trick for his Club to help it advance into Quarter finals of Emir Cup.
Before joining AlDuhail, Olunga had bagged Golden boot trophy in the Japanese J1 League. He had scored 28 goals in 32 matches for his team. He was also named as 2020 Most Valuable Player and the Best Eleven.
It is estimated that Olunga's transfer to AlDuhail S.C in Qatar might have cost them Ksh 800 million. Many read Olunga's move as a Climb down to his footballing career and said that it was motivated by its financial windfall.
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