Ghana’s Joseph Paintsil nets brace under 10 minutes to inspire Genk to victory over KAS Eupen

Ghana international, Joseph Paintsil was a star for his KRC Genk side on Saturday afternoon when the team cruised past KAS Eupen with a win to climb to second on the standings of the Belgian Pro League.

The talented attacker needed just 10 minutes in the first half to net a sensational brace to inspire his team to dominate the opponent.

The Black Stars asset scored his first of the match in the 3rd minute when he displayed impressive goal-scoring instinct.

Six minutes later, Joseph Paintsil was presented with another good chance and made no mistake as he equalised to complete his brace.

Additional goals from Patrick Hrosovsky and Mike Tresor helped Genk to secure the 4-2 victory while goals from Smail Prevljak and Regan Charles-Cook served as consolation for KAS Eupen.

With his two goals today, Joseph Paintsil has proven he can be trusted on the flanks to deliver.

He has had a good start to the new football season and must continue working hard to improve his numbers to merit a place in the Ghana squad for the 2022 FIFA World Cup scheduled to be staged in Qatar later this year.

 

 

 

Source: Modern Ghana