Michael Olunga is a Kenyan professional footballer. Olunga has featured for Harambee Stars in many international matches. In 2019, he helped Stars to qualify for the African Cup of Nations in Cairo Egypt.
In the tournament the sensational forward proved his prowess as he gave defenders hard times in Group C matches.
In a match against Tanzania's Taifa Stars Olunga guided our national team to win by three goals to two. In that clash he scored a brace.
Yesterday the Confederation of African Football(CAF) recognized him after they posted on their Twitter account a video on how Kenya opened their scoring record in the 2019 total African Cup of Nations.
In my view Olunga is among the best strikers in Africa. Remember he is topping with goals for his club Al Duhail SC in the Asian Champions League. He has been outstanding and consistent.
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