Nigerian striker, Osayamen Osawe was the hero for German Bundesliga II outfit FC Kaiserslautern as he scored a hat-trick in their 4-1 demolition of home team MSV Duisburg which had another Nigerian Kingsley Onuegbu on their ranks, reports.

The Edo state-born attacker, who was on the pay role of former English champions Manchester City, opened scoring in the 12th minute to put the away side one goal up going into the halftime break.

Osayamen doubled his side’s lead three minutes into the second half with a well-taken finish and completed his hat-trick four minutes after the hour mark when he finished off an assist from Stipe Vucur to put his side three goals up.

Stanislav Ijutcenko did pull one back for the home side in the 70th minute but Benjamin Kessel (83) ensured Kaiserslautern kept the three-goal margin as the game ended 4-1.

Osayamen, who was on for all 90 minutes, got the man of the match award with a rating of 8.8 l, scoring thrice from four shots and winning six duels, while Kingsley Onuegbu, who was on the losing side, had a game rating of 6.2.