Onuachu shut out for the first time after more than Three Hundred minutes & Eight goals


Paul Onuachu was shut out in the Europa League match between Genk and Dinamo Zagreb as the Croatian side walked away with a comfortable 3-0 victory on Thursday night at the Cegeka Arena.

Onuachu had not failed to score in his previous five games and even bagged a hat-trick in the win over Seraing at the weekend.
However, on Thursday it was not to be the big Striker’s day and his struggles proved costly for the Belgian side.
He was subbed and his replacement Ike Ugbo didn’t fair any better himself.
It was to be the Croatian champions’ day as they went berserk on a goalscoring spree that saw them net two in the first-half.
They then wrapped it up in the 67th minute, but not before Daniel Muñoz got himself sent off for a tackle inside the box and also giving away a penalty in the process.
Dinamo Zagreb converted the kick to secure all three points while also managing to shut out their opponents.
Zagreb thus bounced back from the opening day disappointment against West Ham to leapfrog their Group H compatriots and move into second place.


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