It was a timely reminder of the immense talent the forward possesses
Chisom Egbuchulam seems to have talent in abundance and he’s been productive in spells at Hacken and Falkenberg.
What the forward unquestionably has in his locker, however, is the ability to score an absolute worldie – and he demonstrated that talent again for Suwon City against Seoul E-Land in the K-League 2 on Monday.
Playing for his current club Suwon City, the former Enugu Rangers man picked up the ball from his half before weaving in and out of two defenders.
But to make a mockery out of his opponents just one time wasn’t enough for the Nigeria international, so he turned back towards his goal and slalomed through the same players again.
The tricky attacker then seamlessly breezed past two further defenders slotting home for his ninth goal of the season.
It was a timely reminder of the immense skill he possesses – and brought an end to a six-game goal drought.