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Kenyan Striker Michael Olunga Makes History by Being The First Player to do This

Kenyan international Michael Olunga Ogada made history by being the first player from the East African nation to score hat-tricks for all the clubs he has played for.

The striker scored three goals on Wednesday night to which handed his club, Al Duhail, a 4-3 win over Esteghalal in the Asian Champions League. The Kenyan forward has also taken the match ball at least once in all his previous clubs Gor Mahia(Kenya), IF Djurgardens(Sweden), Girona(Spain) and Kashiwa Reysol (Japan).

The former Upper Hill and Technical University of Kenya student has already scored a couple of hat-tricks for his new Qatar club Al Duhail having come here with a golden boot from his previous team Kashiwa Reysol who ply their trade in the Japanese J1 league. Olunga has already played in the FIFA Club World Cup that took place in February this year where his club Al Duhail was eliminated by Egyptian side Al Ahly.

What do you think of Michael Olunga's new milestone? Have your say in the comments section.

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Al Duhail FIFA Club World Cup Japan Kenyan Michael Olunga


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