Ghana international, Nathan Opoku, had a game to remember on Saturday, April 8, in Oud-Heverlee Leuven’s win over KV Mechelen in the Belgian league.
The player, who is on loan from Leicester City, was involved in his first two goals for the club as they recorded a 4-1 victory. Opoku scored and provided an assist in the routine win to help his side move up the table.
The youngster first got involved in the 39th minute when he scored his first goal for the club in his fifth appearance to make it 2-0 after Casper De Notre had opened the scoring after four minutes played.
11 minutes after the break, Leuven extended their lead as Mathieu Maretes also got on the scoresheet before Opoku registered an assist four minutes later, setting up Musa Al-Taamari to score the fourth.
The Ghanaian was pulled out after 70 minutes and was replaced by Franck Idumbo-Muzambo.
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