Zambian international striker Patson Daka announced his presence in world football last night as he inspired Leicester City to a 4-0 win over Russian Premier League side Spartak Moscow in a Uefa Europa League tie as reported on www.goal.com.
The former RB Salzburg striker scored 4 good goals to Inspire the 2016 English Premiership League champions to a well deserved victory.
Nigerian international playmaker Kelechi Inheanacho played a part in 2 of Daka's goals as he teed him up for the easiest finishes.
Patson Daka is really living up to the expectations that came when he was signed up by Leicester City in the previous transfer window.
Looking at his potential he has the ability to become one of the top strikers in Africa and follow in the footsteps of Samuel Eto'o, who was eating the net in Europe like no other.
It will be interesting to see what heights the young star will reach with his promising career in Europe.
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