Michael Olunga is a Kenyan professional footballer. The sensational striker has featured for Harambee Stars in many matches. He helped Stars to qualify for the African Cup of Nations in Cairo Egypt in 2019.
Yesterday night Al-Duhail SC faced Iraq's champions Al-Shorta in Group C match in Asian Champions League. The match held at King Abdullah Sports City Stadium saw Olunga's side lose by two goals to one.
Despite the lose Olunga's scored his seventh goal in the competition topping in the scoring chart. Today he has posted on his Facebook Page that he is glad to be on the score sheet even though they lost.
His post has sparked mixed reactions from many people. Here are some of these reactions in screenshots.
In my view Olunga can now play in the English Premier League clubs due to his consistency in every match.
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