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Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu once again replied his critics with a goal as he continued his blistering form to help KRC Genk reach the final of the Beker van Belgie for the first time in 4 years following a 2-1 away win at Anderlecht, AOIFootball.com reports.

 

Deemed only good enough for the standby list by Eagles gaffer Gernot Rohr, the 26-year-old started just his second cup game of the campaign, needing only 17 minutes to show his marksmanship when he scored the opener for the visitors to take his tally to an incredible 27 goals of the season.

 

Chelsea loanee Mattew Maizaga then put through his own goal under pressure by the Genk attack to give the visitors a deserved 2-0 lead and step closer to a memorable cup final.

 

Defender Jhon Lucumi then saw red for Genk and the hosts made the most of the numerical advantage to pull one back via the boots of Adrien Trebel two minutes later but it was Genk who ran out victors to set up a final clash with Standard Liege.

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