Kayode Olanreju has matched Victor Moses goal scoring record after scoring in Sivasspor 3-2 comeback win against
Qarabag FK in a UEFA Europa League game on Thursday.
The former Manchester City star who is yet to find the back of the net in the Turkish Super Ligue scored again at Basaksehir Fatih Terim Stadyumu to maintain his 100% goal scoring records in the Thursday league games.
The hosts started off in the front with a strike from Abdellah Zoubir as early as 8th minutes but former Everton striker Arouna Kone equalized from the spot kick in the 40th minute.
Uros Matic gave the hosts the lead again in the 51st minute but Kayode Olanrewaju we came in for Sivasspor in the 57th minute equalized just a minute after his introduction.
There was still room for Sivasspor to get the winner as Arouna Kone again scored to complete his brace and a 3-2 come-back win for the visitors.
Kayode Olanreju who has now scored in all four games he has played for Sivasspor in the Europa League this season has matched Victor Moses 2012/13 record.
The 27-year-old becomes just the first Nigerian to score in four consecutive UEFA #EuropaLeague games since Victor Moses (2012/13).