Former Super Eagles’ gaffer, Sunday Ogochukwu Oliseh has continued his impressive and explosive start to the season after guiding his side Fortuna Sittard to thier 5th straight victory after a 4-2 win away from home against FC Den Bosch, can report.
Sitttard scored twice in the opening nine minutes through Dries Saddiki and Djibril Dianessy and maintained the lead till the half-time whistle.
Den Bosch pulled one back in the 53rd minute but Portuguese striker, Lisandro Semedo restored the 2-goal lead before a late Dianessy goal in the 5th minute of stoppage time sealed all three points to send Fortuna Sittard to the summit for the first time this season, one point above NEC Breda which has a game in hand.
The former Super Eagles’ player, who has been likened to Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, has now guided his team to 12 wins from their opening 18 league games, the Clubs’ best run in decades.
Oliseh also took Fortuna Sittard to the fourth round of the league cup competition, a feat that has not been achieved by any Fortuna manager in the new millennium.
Oliseh took to social media to express his delight after the game and wrote:
“Extremely delighted at our 2-4 victory today (Friday) vs Den Bosch, 5th victory in a row and sends us top of the league. God does really work in his own way”.