- Victor Boniface expressed how he felt scoring his first goal in a European competition.
- The striker joined Union SG from Bodø/Glimt during the summer transfer window
Victor Boniface Okoh, who plays as a forward for Belgian First Division A side, Royal Union SG talks to EaglesTracker about his feelings, following his first goal in a European continental competition.
The 21-year-old striker, who signed for Union SG from Bodø/Glimt on a four-year deal this summer explains how watching European Football back home in Nigeria when he was younger shaped his mind to become a professional football player and eventually a goal scorer in a European competition.
Victor Boniface who has a goal and assists in two Europa League matches said, "It's always been a dream (of mine) to score in European (continental) football.
From watching the Europa League back home (in Nigeria). Now playing and scoring.... I feel happy and proud of myself," He concludes.
The prolific striker who has been capped by Nigeria at the U20 level scored 23 goals and provided eight assists for the Norwegian side, Bodø/Glimt during three years.
He has two goals contribution for Union SG in five appearances and would be hoping to continue his fine form for the Belgian A Division side.