Racing Genk ended in a draw with Antwerp on Sunday evening. Boost was Onwacho’s goal, which was accurate, just like against Charleroi. Racing Genk will have to lay off their long-running Nigerian superstar in the coming weeks.
Twenty minutes before play, Bongonda ran off the left wing. Paul Onwacho had to pull out all the stops to get to the box in time. In a full sprint, the Nigerian suddenly grabbed his hamstrings. Ogbo immediately relieved the unfortunate Onwacho, after which Bernd Storck immediately brought a medical flyer from the goalkeeper.
“It’s a muscle tear,” the German sighed. I already had the impression that he was tired. When I asked how it went, he told me he could keep playing. “I expect we will miss him in the next three or four weeks,” said Bernd Stork.
Despite his strength, Paul Onwacho (27) has again done well with 12 goals in eighteen league games this season. Genk’s top scorer will miss the last game of this calendar year anyway, at Ostend (December 26). The first assignment in 2022, the home game against last-placed Beerschot on January 16, will be a race against the clock for Paul Onwacho.
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