Michael Olunga Flies Kenyan Flag High in Japan

Posted: October 8, 2018 in Uncategorized

Harambee Stars and Kashiwa Reysol lethal striker, Eng Michael Olunga was on the score sheet last Saturday as his side beat Sanfrencce Hiroshima 3-0 away at Edion stadium.

At the end of the match, Olunga who scored the third goal celebrated by flying the Kenya flag. This win was very important for Kashiwa Reysol as it elevated above the relegation danger zone. His teammate Junya Ito grabbed a brace in the game.

Olunga went to his twitter handle to celebrate with his fans the victory:

 +3points. Thank you Lord for the goal once again.  All glory is yours 🙏

The former Gor Mahia’s talisman was also on the score sheet the previous weekend in a game they lost 3-2 to Urawa Reds at home.

Last Saturday’s win brought Kashiwa’s disappointing winless run to an end. They went to this match after failing to register a win in their previous four matches. They moved to 13th position in a 18-match standings on 33 points after 29 games.

Always with pride, 🇰🇪🇰🇪

Other Kenyans from other Leagues also registered impressive results: In the EPL, Harambee Stars skipper came on for Tottenham at 85th minute. They registered 1-0 victory over bottom placed Cardiff City on Saturday.

Abud Omar played 90 minutes as Cercle Brugge registered a 2-1 win over Sporting Charleroi in Belgium Pro League.

In Zambia Supper League,  Anthony Akumu, David Owino, and Jasse Were of Zesco United were on Saturday crowed Champions for the second time in a row.

In the Premier Soccer League of South Africa, Harambee Stars dependable player, Brian Mandela Onyango played full time as his side Maritzburg United settled for a barren draw against South Africa football powerhouse Cape Town City.

Despite some financial challenges faced earlier in the week before their departure to Ethiopia, Harambee Stars players are upbeat ahead of their 2019 Afcon Qualifier double header against Ethiopia that will be played on Wednesday and Sunday

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