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Victor Osimhen celebrates a goal for Charleroi with the coach

Victor Osimhen declares he will score more goals for Sporting Charleroi

Victor Osimhen has declared he will score many more goals for Sporting Charleroi after netting five goals so far in Belgium.
Victor Osimhen heads for goal for Charleroi

Charleroi’s Felice Mazzu hails Victor Osimhen after second straight goal

“I like him and I hope he continues to score more goals,” Mazzu said after the young Nigeria striker came off the bench to score and ensure Charleroi advanced in the Belgium Cup.
Victor Osimhen - VfL Wolfsburg

Nigeria’s Victor Osimhen joins Charleroi for first-team football

Nigeria's Victor Osimhen has joined Belgian club Charleroi on a season-long loan from German side Wolfsburg in search of regular first-team football.

Three dead in ‘terror’ shooting in Belgian city

A gunman on Tuesday shot dead two police officers with their own weapons before killing a bystander in a brazen suspected terror attack in Belgium, briefly taking a hostage at a school before being killed by police.

Onyekuru promises misfiring Anderlecht will start scoring goals

Belgian champions Anderlecht have scored only once in three league games, but Everton loanee Henry Onyekuru has said there is no cause for alarm as the goals will soon start pouring in.

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