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Ghana forward Nathan Opoku scores for OH Leuven in defeat to KV Mechelen

Ghanaian forward Nathan Opoku reminded everyone of his immense talent in the Belgium Jupiler Pro League Europe play-offs, scoring his first goal for Oud-Hervelee Leuven.

Despite his remarkable effort, the team suffered a 3-2 defeat to KV Mechelen at the King Power den Dreef stadium.

Opoku, on loan from Leicester City, made a significant impact after being introduced in the 68th minute for Richie Sagrado, with Leuven trailing 2-0.

His late injury-time goal initially seemed to secure a hard-fought draw for the host, only for the visitors to respond with a winning goal just a minute later.

The former University of Syracuse forward’s injection of energy into Leuven’s attack led to a strong fightback, with Youssef Maziz also contributing a goal following Opoku’s introduction.

Opoku’s impressive performance is a testament to his potential, especially considering his limited playing time in the regular season.

As the summer transfer window approaches, the future of this promising talent remains uncertain, with the possibility of a return to his parent club, Leicester City.

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