Olunga relieved after breaking scoring duck in Sweden – PHOTOS
Harambee Stars striker Micheal Olunga says he is relieved after breaking his six-month scoring drought since moving to Europe.
The Djurgarden IF forward excited his followers on social media Monday night, after news filtered through he had scored his first competitive goals in the top flight Swedish league.
The former Gor Mahia player netted twice during his team’s 3-1 triumph over Gothenburg.
The player later wrote on his social media page; “Thank you God My Faith in you has never been shaken. You will always be the pillar of my strenth.”
News of Olunga getting back to scoring ways is also certain to excite Harambee Stars coach Stanley Okumbi.
The lanky forward has been selected to the national team’s squad which is set to face Uganda in a Fifa recognised friendly in Kampala on August 31, and later play Zambia in Ndola in a dead rubber Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.
Meanwhile, Olunga – a Geospatial Enginering student, seems to be enjoying life in Sweden after enrolling for evening classes at Swedish University.