The Nigerian star has scored 4 goals in all competitions for the Gent side
Nigerian sensation Gift Orban gave the KAA Gent supporters something to shout about by scoring the game-winning goal against Anderlecht on Sunday evening.
Three points were secured for Hein Vanhaezebrouck’s team at the Ghelamco Arena thanks to the 20-year-old’s outstanding goal past Dutch goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen.
The Stadium announcer then eloquently yells the Nigerian’s first name, to which the home crowd replies by chanting his last name.
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The Nigerian star once again gave the crowd something to celebrate as the Buffaloes attempted to recover from their loss to Club Brugge.
He joined the Belgian team at the end of the winter transfer window from Stabaek Fotball, and he has been providing the Ghent-based club with solid value ever since.
So far, the former Bison FC player has scored one goal in two Europa Conference League matches and three goals in four Jupiler Pro League games.
The Nigerian forward’s history of being a sharpshooter in front of the goal is something he demonstrated much too well in Norway before switching to Belgium.
He is one of those young talents who, given his age, will eventually begin to receive calls to play for the Nigerian men’s national football team.