Oghenekaro Etebo has hailed his fellow Nigerian compatriot, Henry Onyekuru as a goal machine after the latter’s match-winning heroics for Galatasaray on Friday night.
Onyekuru scored a brace on his third debut for Galatasaray in a Turkish Super Lig encounter which ended 2-1 against Gaziantep FK at the Gaziantep Stadyumu on Friday.
The forward who completed his loan move to Galatasaray from Monaco replaced Emre Akbaba in the 46th minute, scored in the 51st minute and got his brace on 79 minutes.
Etebo who was a 75th minute substitute for Emre Kilinc in the game later took to the social media, writing: “Well done guys. @c.henry7 Happy for you bro. Goal machine.”
Onyekuru is also a happy man once again and the Nigerian striker has revealed that he is grateful for getting back to scoring after netting on his Galatasaray debut.
The 23-year-old ace took to the social media where he posted: “To God be the glory! Grateful for the victory and to be able to get back scoring,” the striker tweeted.
He previously had two loan stints with Gala, scoring a total of 15 goals in 41 league appearances, 14 goals in 31 games in 2018/19 and a goal in ten matches last term.