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Ghanaian forward Joel Fameyeh nets 10th league goal for FC Orenburg in Russia

Ghanaian international striker, Joel Fameyeh scored for his team as they brushed aside their opponents 3-0 on the road to continue with their push for automatic promotion in Russia on Saturday.

The former Asokwa Deportivo striker latched onto a through pass and expertly finish off the move brilliantly to make the score two-nil on the 57th minute mark of the match.

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Ghanaian forward Joel Fameyeh nets 10th league goal for FC Orenburg in Russia

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Ghanaian international striker Joel Fameyeh scored for his team as they brush aside their opponents 3-0 on the road to continue with their push for automatic promotion.

The former Asokwa Deportivo SC striker latched onto a through pass and expertly finish off the move brilliantly to make the score two-nil on the 57th minute mark of the match.

Vladimir Sychevoi had scored the opening goal of the match to put the visitors 1-0 up in the first half after just eight minutes played on the clock.

Fameyeh was subbed off on the 84th minute mark and two minutes later Nikolay Prudnikov made it 3-0 to the Blue and Whites outfit as they beat Akron Togliatti to sit top of the Russian First National League after 25 matches with 53 points.

The 24-year-old former Dinamo Brest marksman and Ghana International striker, Joel Fameyeh has 10 goals, four assists in 17 games this season for FC Orenburg in Russia.

Credit: Sportsworldghana

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