Paul Onuachu has reacted with an End Police Brutality celebration after notching his eighth goals of the season in Genk 2-1 win over Sporting Charleroi in Luminus Arena Sunday night.

The Super Eagles striker opened the scoring for Genk against league leaders Charleroi after 25 minutes when he headed home across.

Former Stoke City & West Brom star Saido Berahino level up for the visitor three after the restart of the second half before Joakim Maehle scored the winner despite Junya Ito was sent off in the 82nd minute of the encounter.

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Onuachu is now just a goal shy of the nine-goal tally he achieved last season took his social media handle to send a message to end police brutality in Nigeria.


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Great fight from the team win for the fans💙#stoppolicebrutality and bad Governance✊🏿🇳🇬

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However, Onuachu’s Super Eagles teammate Cyriel Dessers was an unused sub for Genk.

Genk are 10th on the table with 13 points from nine matches.

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