The Belgian topflight continued the matchday 13 games on Saturday, with a two Nigerians scoring.

We take a look at how Nigerian players fared in the Jupiler Pro League.

Henry Onyekuru (Anderlecht)

Anderlecht moved into third place in the Jupiler Pro League after a 3-2 win at Eupen.

Henry Onyekuru played for 86 minutes but failed to get his name on the scoresheet.

The on-loan Everton man had a hand in his side’s second goal, though, as his goal-bound shot was deflected in.

Eupen’s Odeni Gamabo sat out the match.

Patrick Olayinka (Waregem)

Patrick Olayinka took his season’s tally to five in the league, as he fired in the opener to help Waregem record a 2-1 home win over KV Mechelen.

Nigeria left-back Kingsley Madu was a non-playing substitute for Waregem.

Joseph Akpala (Oostende)

Joseph Akpala made the most of a rare start for Oostende, as he scored his first league goal of the season in the 3-0 win at Lokeren.

Abdul Ajagun (Kotrijkt)

Kotrijkt and Genk played out a goalless draw at the Gulden Sporen Stadion.

Abdul Ajagun played the entire 90 minutes for the hosts. He went into the referee’s book in the 84th minute.