On Monday night it was a joyful moment for Kenyan footballers lovers as one of their own footballer based in Sweden Erick Ouma Otieno popularly known as Marcello netted in his first goal for his club AIK since joining them in 2019.Ouma scored the third goal for AIK in a 3-1 win over IFK Gothenburg in a Swedish top tier league (Allsvenskan) match.
Nabil Bahoui opened the scoring for AIK in the 5th minute with an assist from Mikael Lusting.8 minutes later he came up again with his second goal which was assisted by Henok Goitom.Gothenburg were quick to respond in the 25th minute through Simon them before Ouma netting the winner in the 33rd minute.
This win ensured that AIK remained on top of the Allsvenskan league table with 40points from 19 matches.AIK are followed closely by former Olunga's club Djurgarden who come in second with 38 points with former Joseph Okumu's club IF Elfsborg rapping up the top three with 36 points in the 3rd position.
Ouma who was linked with a move to some of the great European clubs before the closure of the summer transfer window always clocks the full minutes for AIK and football analysts have predicted that this might be the next Kenyan to play in the English Premier League after Victor Wanyama.
Do you think with Ouma's goal which is rare for defenders like him might be on a move the January transfer window? Feel free to share your views on the comment section and remember to share and follow for more news.
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