With Kenya having quite a good number of footballers playing their trade abroad especially in Europe, some of them have continued with their fine run in their respective leagues by registering impressing performances.In this article we are going to look at Jonah Ayunga who was in action on Saturday.
Jonah Ayunga played the entire match as his club Morecambe ran 3-2 winners over Wycombe Wanderers in a England third tier league (League one) match which was played at 6.00pm on Saturday.Ayunga was on Target as he scored Morecambe's second goal which came in the 60th minute.
Wycombe Wanderers scored their first goal in the 2nd minute through Adebayo Akinfenwa before netting the second in the 54th minute through Jack Grimmer.Morecambe's first and third goals came in the 39th and 67th minute through Antony O'Connor and Cole Stockton respectively.
Since 2016 when Ayunga received his first call up into the national team Harambee Stars, he has never marked a return into the team.Do you think with this performance he deserves a place in Harambee Stars squad? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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